Write around a 2,100 word philosophy essay studying two out of the four films we

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Write around a 2,100 word philosophy essay studying two out of the four films we watched in class to answer the prompt: What does it mean to live a good life? What does it mean to flourish and live eudaimonic ally? What kinds of goals and goods would be required? Utilize the analytical skills you have developed throughout the course and pick two films through which you seek to address these questions. Be sure to include a counterargument paragraph, a rebuttal paragraph, and two of the sources I will provide. Watching the films really helps but you should at least have certain scenes you can analyze in depth (do not retell) and relate back to your thesis. The in depth directions are attached in the PDF called Final Philosophy Paper below. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE SOURCES BESIDES THE TWO MOVIES AND TWO OF THE MANY ARTICLES I HAVE PROVIDED PLEASE.
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I want you to focus on comparing/contrasting two films while bringing in evidence from at least two of the readings I will provide. Be sure to cite and go into depth about two scenes in each film, bring in evidence from the articles, and back up your thesis. Do not retell the scenes but make an in depth explanation of why it supports the these, pretend the reader has seen these films. You must bring the evidence from the two films and the two articles back to support the overall topic of what it means to live a good life.
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Following films to choose from (choose 2):
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Frances Ha
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Le Bonheur
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Ikiru
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In the Mood for Love
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Following articles to choose from (choose 2) and I will attach the pdfs in the file I upload:
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Walter Benjamin, “The Work of Art in the Age of Its Technlogical Reproducibility”
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Marcus Aurelius — Meditations (Books 1-4)
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Link: http://classics.mit.edu/Antoninus/meditations.html
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Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, Book I, 7
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Aristotle on Friendship.pdf
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Amy Taubin, “Le bonheur_ Splendor in the Grass _ Current _ The Criterion Collection (Only if you use the Bonheur movie)
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A.O. Scott,”‘Frances Ha,’ With Greta Gerwig – The New York Times (only if you choose the Frances Ha movie)

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