The Virtuous Man
This person aims for the mean in all things, that being the right amount, and is exemplified by prudence.
This person was one of the most influential thinkers of all time, and was Aristotle's teacher.
This group is not considered fully rational, but is expected to be properly educated.
This group is not considered fully rational, and is dominated by emotion.
These persons are alike to men, but fulfill different roles in society.
This group is beyond virtue and vice, and is spoken of only in metaphysical abstraction.
This person once proposed that happiness is found in virtue alone.
This group is infamous for making the weaker argument seem the stronger.
This person was a philosopher who maintained that reality is nothing more than its appearance...
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