Name Instructor Course Date Aristotle’s View on Ethics Kantian Ethics Aristotle fronts his argument on ethics where he posits that origin of ‘good virtue’ is a reason. He claims that happiness is attained when there is a reason an attribute of a good life. A critical overview of good of the situation and the involved parties. Critically although Aristotle suggests the importance of reason it is apparent that his philosophy fails to consider the rightness or wrongness of a given action rather focuses more on the reason that does not guarantee the morality of an action. [...]
I did essay 1 and 2, I need just 3 one (the critique).