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Aristotle and Virtue Ethics

Aristotle lived in ancient Greece in the 4th century BC and was born into a wealthy family.
He was an empiricist philosopher who believed that the knowledge of the world and people could
only be gained through reasoning about your sense and experiences. Thus…

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important. What matters is what we do with our feelings so that eventually they can conform
naturally to that which reason would advocate. The mean is relative to the agent and to the
circumstance of that specific act.
The intellectual virtues are qualities of the mind such as…


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