Aristotle's Timeless Advice: What Real Friendship Is and Why It Matters
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Aristotle's idea about the three types of friendships and the value of mutual appreciation of character and goodness.

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One the most relevant of Aristotle's ideas relate to the importance of good relationships.  He was particularly curious about the intention of friendship.  While he saw the value in accidental friendships based on pleasure and utility, he felt that their impermanence diminished their potential.  Instead, he argued for the cultivation of virtuous friendships built with intention and based on a mutual appreciation of character and goodness rather than on some transactional value.  He knew that such a friendship could only be strengthened over time and that if it did thrive, it would last for life.  To Aristotle, few things came close to the value of such a relationship.
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