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What is Aristotle's account of friendship in his book the Nicomachean Ethics?

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Aristotle on Friendship
In Books VIII and IX of the Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle discusses the nature of friendship. Aristotle divides friendship into three categories: friendship of utility, friendship of pleasure, and the friendship of the good. Friendships are associations and if bounded by the good, and by the practice of virtue can help to foster good communities. Aristotle bases his theory of friendship on love and the attraction that can arise between two people. Aristotle’s theory of friendship is actually a nuanced discussion of love....

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