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Light is also thrown on the question by our definition of happiness, which said that it is a certain kind of activity of the soul; whereas the remaining good things1 are either merely indispensable conditions of happiness, or are of the nature of auxiliary means, and useful instrumentally.

1 Cf. 8.15, 16, and 8.2 note.

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