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" Aristotle says, the enjoyment of the activity and the enjoyment of achievement are not the ends at which the agent aims, but the enjoyment supervenes upon the successful activity in such a way that the activity achieved and the activity enjoyed are one... "
Visions of Virtue in Popular Film - Page 29
by Joseph H. Kupfer - 1999 - 236 pages
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Religion and Faction in Hume's Moral Philosophy

Jennifer A. Herdt - Philosophy - 1997 - 300 pages
...to withstand one's own self-survey, this pleasure is not the end at which self-survey aims. Rather, "the enjoyment supervenes upon the successful activity...achieved and the activity enjoyed are one and the same state. Hence to aim at the one is to aim at the other; and hence also it is easy to confuse the pursuit...
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Will as Commitment and Resolve: An Existential Account of Creativity, Love ...

John Davenport - Philosophy - 2009 - 702 pages
...However, MacIntyre does recognize this difference and also finds it in Aristotle: "As Aristotle says, the enjoyment of the activity and the enjoyment of...achieved and the activity enjoyed are one and the same state."66 MacIntyre's analysis of practices perhaps warrants a small modification to Aristotle's formula,...
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