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|33 Aristotle corroborates: "There is a saying 'amity is equality' and this is most |
fully realized in the friendships between good men. ... a friend is another self.
Friendship is essentially a partnership. Also a friend is a second self, so that our ...
|24 Similarly, Aristotle makes “partnership” (joimym ̧a) definitive of friendship: “|
partnership (joimym ̧a) is the essence of friendship”;25 “all friendship involves
partnership (joimym ̧a)”;26 “friendship is essentially a partnership” (joimym ̧a ...
|Friendship is essentially a partnership. Aristotle Every business is built on |
friendship. James Cash Penny Treat employees like partners, and they act like
partners. Fred A. Allen Treat your customers like lifetime partners. Michael
|Aristotle To the query, What is a friend? his reply was A single soul dwelling in |
two bodies. - Aristotle In poverty and other misfortunes of life, true friends are a
sure refuge. The young ... Aristotle Friendship is essentially a partnership. -
|The development of partnerships between educators, clinicians, and |
communities is an essential element to the successful implementation of the CNL
... Their work established attributes forpartnership “Friendship is essentially a
|Middle-class American Women and Their Friends in the Twentieth Century Linda |
W. Rosenzweig. a voluntary ... To Aristotle, friendship was essentially a
partnership, intrinsically noble and indispensable to human life. He described the
|For Aristotle: It appears therefore that the company of friends is desirable in all |
circumstances. . . the sociegl of each other is the most desirable thing there is.
For ( i) friendship is essentially a partnership. And (ii) a man stands in the same ...
|The Manufacturer as a Partner Many Intangible Factors, Especially the Capacity |
for Personal Friendship, Aid in the ... For business is essentially a series of
partnerships — the partnership of the consumer and merchant; of merchant and ...
|NOTFOR. Friendship. is. essentially. a. partnership. —ARISTOTLE Never be |
confused about this: You work with others, not for others. This goes for publishers
, agents, and everybody else in the business. Partner wisely with others and
|Among friendships of pleasure, Aristotle classes attachments of erotic love. ... |
grounds that they always consist somehow in the attraction of opposites, whereas
he says the best friendships involve partners ... thing, especially on the man's
side, and wholly inferior to the mature and essentially unerotic partnership it ends