Aristole

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Philosophy

 

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Annie S

 

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August 11, 2016

 

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University

 

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In short, Aristotle is giving us the basis for the Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule; using these as a guide on how we should live our life. Aristotle named the following as virtues; courage, friendliness, temperance, truthfulness, liberality, wittiness, magnificence, shame, pride, justice, good temper, and honor...
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These virtues were viewed by ancient Greece as human qualities necessary for people to live well together, they were seen by Aristotle as a means between the extremes. The virtue of courage is a human quality having to do with how we respond to risk or danger. The vice of deficiency would be timidity, or fearfulness, the comparable vice of excess would be rashness, or foolhardiness...
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