For eudaimonia, the many do not give the same account as the wise.
Virtue and goodness of spirit are vital components here, as are
the idea of human prosperity and flourishing. Living in pleasure
within reason, perfection within virtue, and developing the
potential self to the fullest, allows one to find a sense of
purpose and meaning to life and stick true to this Aristotelian
principle. Discovering oneself to the fullest capacity, within
traditionally defined values of virtuosity, and modern reason,
essentially encapsulates this concept, but this is perhaps most
succinctly and best defined as the good composed of all goods, as
an ability which suffices for living well.