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The claim is only that one does not need to execute a craft as a craftsman would in order to get an excellent product. One does, however, need to execute the craft as a craftsman would to be oneself a craftsman. 22 This famously involves three conditions on the agent (1105a31-33): 21 See DiMuzio (2000). Contrast Sherman (1997, p. 81): “But profound character change is not something Aristotle ever really envisions as a possible moment of adult life. ” I shall consider the second sentence below. ” This will be a central point of contention.