Virtue Ethics -- A Learned Skill


In ancient philosophy, virtues are often compared to skills. Each of the basic parts of human nature has its own special virtue or standard of how people ought to be. As a guideline Aristotle recommends seeking the mean or middle course between extremes as the occasion demands, not always an easy task.



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