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1 The writer recapitulates the solution reached in the last two chapters of the difficulty stated in 12.1.
2 The text should probably be emended ‘of one of the two parts of the intellect’: see 12.4.
3 At 12.6 Aristotle says more precisely that Virtue ‘makes the End right,’ i.e., makes us choose the right End; strictly speaking, to achieve the End requires also Prudence in the choice of the right means.
4 This is the solution of the difficulty stated in 12.3.
5 Including religious observances.