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When Jane Austen speaks of 'happiness' she does so as an Aristotelian

In he novels Jane Austen turns away from the competing catalogues of the virtues of the eighteenth century and restores a teleological (end) perspective. In the end, her heroines seek the good by seeking their own good in marriage. The restricted households of Highbury and Mansfield Park have to serve as surrogates for the Greek city-state and the medieval kingdom.

Source Alisdair MacIntyre After Virtue

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