Aristotle on Bravery and Friendship

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Philosophy

 

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July 19, 2013

 

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To the brave person, bravery is fine and noble, thus the end that it aims at is also fine, since every action is defined by its end. In this particular instance of bravery, the fine is the end that virtue aims at. The virtue that Aristotle extols is an excellence of the self, or a disposition to do what is right at the right time with knowledge of the particulars of a situation...
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In this particular instance of bravery, the fine is the end that virtue aims at. The virtue that Aristotle extols is an excellence of the self, or a disposition to do what is right at the right time with knowledge of the particulars of a situation. As such, bravery is construed as a virtue in different situations, but these other sorts of things may differ from true bravery...
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