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Phil – February 1, 2010 **Reaction papers are based on THAT reading. Make your points direct, clear, and specific as possible. Give objections with reasons if necessary. You can make it in outline form (he encourages it). Don’t write fluff. Aristotle’s Ethics Four Types of Character Virtue: wants to do the right thing, does it—no conflict, no temptation o Aristotle says to be virtuous, you will not experience conflict Strength of will: wants to do the right thing, does it—but conflicted, tempted to do wrong, but resists it Weakness of will: wants to do the right thing, but doesn’t do it— conflicted, tempted, gives in to temptation Vice: wants to do the wrong thing, does it—no conflict for them. It’s not temptation for them [???]: wants to do the wrong thing, but doesn’t do it—conflict What is the right thing and the wrong thing to do in a certain situation? What should I do?
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course PHIL 301 taught by Professor Bonevac during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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