How are Plato and Aristotle similar?

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A comparison of the political philosophies of Aristotle and Plato reveals that both believed in importance of virtue. That being virtuous was the greatest good and that the purpose of life was to be virtuous. They both believed that one must understand life and oneself in order to live a good life.
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