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Aristotle first used the term ethics to name a field of study developed by his predecessors ... Aristotle emphasized that virtue is practical, and that the purpose of ethics is to become good, not merely to know. Aristotle ... and that there were logical and natural reasons for humans to behave virtuously, and try to become virtuous.

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Aristotle proposes three criteria to distinguish virtuous people from people who behave in the right way by accident: first, virtuous people know they are behaving  ...

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May 1, 2001 ... Aristotle follows Socrates and Plato in taking the virtues to be central to a ... Aristotle wrote two ethical treatises: the Nicomachean Ethics and the Eudemian Ethics. ...... And surely the reason why pleasure is not the criterion to which we .... in mutually beneficial behavior; and one cannot cooperate on these ...

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Jul 18, 2003 ... In the West, virtue ethics' founding fathers are Plato and Aristotle, and in the ..... “ We do not have criteria for goodness in advance of identifying the ..... in rules of conduct, and different cultures have different ideas about what ...

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According to Aristotle, a virtue (arête) is a trait of mind or character that helps us achieve a ... Nicomachean Ethics, Bk 2, Aristotle concentrates on moral virtues, traits of .... form dispositions to feel and behave in certain ways by what we do.

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In Nicomachean Ethics Book 3.6, Aristotle says that courage is the virtue which is the mean regarding fear (and, to a lesser degree, confidence). A simple.

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Most virtue ethics theories take their inspiration from Aristotle who declared that a virtuous .... Moral theories are concerned with right and wrong behavior. ... much nor too little and is sensitive to the requirements of the person and the situation.

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ducing virtue or character as a criterion of moral behavior instead of overarching ethical princi ples.1 Often, an Aristotelian approach is recom mended.2 But ...

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Introduction The Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle's most important study of personal ... Aristotle's insistence that there are no known absolute moral standards and that any ... The rules of conduct and explanations of virtue and goodness that he  ...