Search: Quiz 32 (Fall 2017) For some of the following questions, more than one choice might be correct, i.e., accurately reflect some aspect of the texts we are studying. In those cases the value of the responses may range from one to three points. You will receive credit for selecting any of the correct answers but to receive a perfect score of fifteen for the quiz, you will have to select the answers that most fully or accurately completes the sentence and captures the significance of the question. Name To those who claim that they can productively multitask, Aristotle would say that Engaging in more than one activity is only possible when the pleasures associated with each are relatively equal. Multitasking is simply engaging in a series of individual activities, each of which is more or less pleasurable than the others. The activity from which they derive greater pleasure will divert their attention from the activity that provides lesser pleasure and diminish their ability to do the latter. Multitasking reduces the likelihood that they will experience the complete pleasure associated with any one activity.Pleasure is not the good, i.e., that which all human beings desire and to which good human beings (should) aspire because Pleasure, unlike the good, does not exist in degrees. Some pleasures are 'choiceworthy' while some are not, and the good is always worthy of choice. Pleasures have different forms, i.e., different people experience different pleasures, while all people experience the good as the good. Pleasures are processes, i.e., happen over time.According to Aristotle, which of the following does NOT describe pleasure Pleasure is complete. Pleasure adds to an activity. Pleasure relates to a perceptual capacity. Pleasure is a process.According to Aristotle, which of the following types of people are more likely to lead a life of eudaimonía? People who are concerned with serious matters. People who are concerned with pastimes. People who are concerned with leisure. People who are concerned with pleasure.Provided that one has the necessary external goods, which of the following requirements for achieving eudaimonía do you consider to be the most important? Good laws. Good habits. Good instruction. Good character.