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Wishes, on the contrary, as was said above,1 are for ends. But while some hold that what is wished for2 is the good, others think it is what appears to be good.

1 Cf. 2.9.

2 The inherent ambiguity of the Greek verbal adjective form causes some confusion in this chapter between what is and what ought to be wished for, the desired and the desirable.

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