Explain clearly, what the relevant philosophers think, this is not an exegesis.

Explain clearly, what the relevant philosophers think, this is not an exegesis. Rather, you are being asked to make your own argument, supporting a clear and original thesis. This does not mean, simply sharing your opinion, You must ground your argument in the ideas presented by the philosophers ( Plato and Aristotle) to write on, citing the relevant passages and explaining what they mean.

In what way does our understanding of the "good life" follow form how we think about the nature of human ‘self’? Do you agree or disagree with any of the thinkers’ account of the nature of human self and the specific concept of the ‘good life’ that follows from it?

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