This is perhaps not a perfect example, but Christine Korsgaard’s Locke Lectures feature the bit of Aristotelianism that’s closest to hand:
So on this conception, every object and activity is defined by certain standards that are both constitutive of it and normative for it. These standards are ones the object or activity must at least try to meet, insofar as it is to be that object or activity at all. An object that fails to meet these standards is bad in a particular way.
Lastly (this is by Yves Tanguy):