He who is unable to live in society, or who has no need because he is sufficient for himself, must be either a beast or a god.
Again, it is for the sake of the soul that goods external and goods of the body are eligible at all, and all wise men ought to choose them for the sake of the soul, and not the soul for the sake of them.
What is the Good for man? It must be the ultimate end or object of human life: something that is in itself completely satisfying. Happiness fits this description…we always choose it for itself, and never for any other reason.
Now we say that (a) the continuous is one or that (b) the indivisible is one, or (c) things are said to be ‘one', when their essence is one and the same, as ‘liquor' and ‘drink'. If (a) their One is one in the sense of continuous, it is many, (10) for the continuous is divisible ad infinitum.