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Aristotle4 - DEF a moral virtue is a(i STATE[of a human...

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DEF. a moral virtue is a (ii6, 25) (i) STATE [of a human being] not just a single action (ii) that DECIDES [involves feeling and action – middle part] up to us (iii) consisting in a MEAN [intermediate state] (iv) a mean that is RELATIVE TO US, and (v) which is defined by the reason of the EXPERT ACQUIRED as a result of habit (18-19) Moral virtues are a critical and stable element of happiness RING OF GYGES: good in itself; not just for its consequences? What are some of the particular moral virtues? How do they fit these claims?
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