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Virtue Ethics Applied

Aristotle a greek philosopher in the 4th century B.C was an empiricist who noticed that
"Everything in nature has a purpose" (telos). This is embedded in our soul. Human purpose is to live
rationally and living rationally is living by the virtues which leads to Eudaimonia and…

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injustice in the world. Proper ambition is also present because of the success of the charity in number
of sales and also how it has helped the poor farmers and producers. For example in 1999 the
revenue from Coffee was £13.7 million whereas in 2009 it was £157 million. Again…

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three most important virtues are not valued or shown. Firstly, there is no courage because they are
not owning up and admitting that they were wrong. Instead they continue to lie and produce the
bio-fuels. This clearly shows a lack of honesty. Thirdly, there is no justice. The company producing…


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