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[3] This subject however may perhaps more properly belong to another branch of study.1 Still, even if happiness is not sent us from heaven, but is won by virtue and by some kind of study or practice, it seems to be one of the most divine things that exist. For the prize and end of virtue must clearly be supremely good—it must be something divine and blissful.

1 i.e., theology, but Aristotle does not reopen the question in the Metaphysics or elsewhere.

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