Essay heading: Kant vs. Virtue Ethics

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(This is not saying whether or not the action was moral or not.) On the other hand, Aristotle would take a different approach. Aristotle believed in virtue ethics. This type of theory bases all on moderation. It also asks the question of what makes a person moral, instead of what acts are moral. Reason is directly correlated with a virtue that we have become accustom to...
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This type of theory bases all on moderation. It also asks the question of what makes a person moral, instead of what acts are moral. Reason is directly correlated with a virtue that we have become accustom to. When evaluating this situation, we have to ask, "What is a virtue?" Virtues are traits of a person's character that are habitual actions that are good for that particular person to possess...
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