This is a Philosophy Class * It is not included in the (Subject area) Ancient and Hellenistic Philosophy Length: 3 Pages. Topic: Eudemonia (happiness and living well). Instructions: Choose one of the four views on eudemonia we have covered/will cover that you wish to defend and to experiment living by–either Plato, Aristotle, the Epicureans, or the Stoics/Marcus Aurelius. Attempt to live according to that view of what the good life is for a week. Your paper will consist of four sections—each one being between one and three paragraphs long. Section 1: Introduce the view. Explain what its account of eudemonia is. If this account relates to seeking truth, cultivating virtue, avoiding or seeking pleasure, or avoiding pain, etc, explain those aspects of the view. Explain how it is supposed to actually lead to happiness and living well. Section 2: Construct a philosophical argument for the view. Give philosophically relevant reasons. Section 3: Consider why someone might have philosophical objections against this view of how to pursue eudemonia. Respond to at least one of those objections. Section 4: Report on your week long attempt to live pursuing eudemonia according to one of the philosophical schools. Was it successful? Do you see it being successful over the long term?