Aristotle states that happiness is when the soul expresses complete virtue, there fore we must take analyse what virtue is, more specifically, human virtue. Moreover, the virtue that we are looking into is the virtue of the soul and not the body. He divides the explanation of the soul in two, the rational in and the non rational part. The non rational part, that is divided in various examples, is the cause of nutrition an growth. The virtue of this capacity is shared and it is not human. Another nature that belongs to the non rational is the praise of reason and is persuaded by reason. The rational on the other hand, shares reason. Virtue is shared into virtues of thought (wisdom, comprehension, and intelligence) and virtues character (generosity and intelligence). This was what called my attention the most since I feel I could understand it better than the other chapter. The other chapter spoke more about a more specific definition of virtue. The divisions of virtue in this chapter, led me to thinking if there are two kinds of happiness, since there are two kinds of virtues. One where one can be happy with the virtue of thought, one is happy being smart. Or if someone can be happy with the virtue of character and not virtue of thought.