The good life was a basic concept that Aristotle gave a definition to, that we would have a perfect life. He stated that one would have had to been born into a correct social class. Many of us today believe that believing in God is life and living the perfect life and that we may have it more abundantly. Humans are unique in there own little ways and we all have different expectations in life.
Innately social animal are very different from one another and have there own guides through life's journey that no direct direction will lead them to the wrong direction. Humans will need to find there own sense of directions and maybe to find that there is no direct answer. I believe that Aristotle thought that we were social animals and we could relate to everything that he called the good life and therefore we would have a perfect life. We would all go different paths and end up back at the beginning with no direct answer.
Question #2-Does Nietzsche’s description of nihilism applies to Koheleth?
If so, why
Yes, Nietzsche description can be applied because everything Koheleth seem to have no point or meaning. Both of them feel that man should not live a good life. Can one come up with the answer? When time is being wasted or spent on things that we finally realize that we don't have the answers to or can't come up with the answers and nothing but time has been wasted. This is the description of Nietzsche.
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