Explain what the view of the good life is, and why those theorists argue for this conception of the good life.

Focus on one of the theories about the good life that we have studied in this unit. Explain what the view of the good life is, and why those theorists argue for this conception of the good life. You do not need to do any extra research. Your focus should be on giving an accurate summary of the theory and identifying what struck you as particularly interesting or important about this theory.

Layout:
1st paragraph: introduces what you believed
Explain what the view of the good life is, and why those theorists argue for this conception of the good life.
2nd paragraph: the second section focuses on the arguments and ideas that you have engaged with
Focus on one of the theories about the good life that we have studied in this unit.
Explain what the view of the good life is, and why those theorists argue for this conception of the good life.
3rd paragraph: the third section shows how your engagement has allowed you to reflect on and possibly change your own views.
Explain what the view of the good life is, and why those theorists argue for this conception of the good life.
Reflect on how your ideas about the good life have been impacted by what you have studied. If your view has changed, explain how and why. If it hasn’t changed, explain why. This section should link the previous two sections: you should aim to show how engaging with the theory that you found interesting has impacted your own view about the good life.

References:
I have included the textbook in the order. PLEASE USE THIS. Very important. 3 sources including the textbook. Thanks.