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Unformatted text preview: ARISTOTLE/DETER M I N ISM 1. How does Aristotle classify actions that are coerced? Mixed. 2. How would Aristotle evaluate crimes committed by someone who is a long- time drug addict? He would say that even if the drug addict's actions are out of her control now, she is still responsible for her crimes because she became a drug addict through voluntarily taking drugs in the first place. 3. How does Aristotle charactize virtues and vices? Virtue is the golden mean between vices of excess and deficiency. 4. According to Aristotle, does ignorance of the good render an action involuntary? No. Instead it renders an action vicious. 5. Which actions are classified as involuntary by Aristotle? Those caused by an outside force. Those caused by ignorance. 6. Which of the following best characterizes the regress problem that we raised in objection to Aristotle?...
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