What did Aristotle say were the three forms of happiness?
In describing ones attempt to achieve happiness Aristotle
doesn't limit himself to one form of happiness. Aristotle describes
three different forms of happiness one can achieve; one through
political life, one through active life (sought through practicing
virtue in the city) and one through philosophical happiness in
relation to theoria ("A kind of life devoted entirely to the
activity of the mind") (Hadot 78).