Virtues of Character - These are means between two extremes; one of excess and the other of deficiency.
Friendship - This relationship is one in which a person adopts the good of another as though it were his own.
Justice - This deals exclusively with giving each man what is due to him.
Prudence - This employs the use of right reason and understanding to determine the appropriate course of action.
Pleasure - This is found by some to be the ultimate good, but by Aristotle, a qualified good.
State - This is an ongoing and persistent condition of being.
Temperance - This is the means by which the appetites are controlled.
Continence - This is the means by which moderation is knowingly chosen.
Political Science - This is the study of how a state provides for the good of its citizens.
The Iliad - This is...
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