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A RISTOTLE : W HO  D ESERVES  W HAT ? E DWARD  S ONG , D EPARTMENT   OF  P HILOSOPHY A RISTOTLE : W HO  D ESERVES   WHAT ? I. Aristotle Ethical Theory II. Aristotle’s Political Theory III. State Neutrality and the Good Life I. A RISTOTLE S  E THICAL  T HEORY 1. 2. Courage 3. Temperance 4. Liberality 5. Magnificence 6. Pride 7. Proper Ambition 8. Good Temper 9. Friendliness 10. Truthfulness 11. Wit 12. Shame 13. Justice 4 P OINTS   ABOUT  A RISTOTLE S  V IRTUE  T HEORY V IRTUE   AND   E UDAIMONIA  (Greek for Happiness)—To be blessed by the gods,  or to live the kind of life that would be considered to be blessed by the  gods; flourishing. V IRTUE   AS   H EXIS  (Greek for a Stable Psychological Disposition or State)— Ordering human psyche in a particular way to judge and make actions.  1. Virtue has an  EMOTIONAL  aspect—Calm emotionally. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2010 for the course HNRS 2000 taught by Professor Marin during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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