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