Unformatted text preview: and emotion should be a common view for friendship, but without these characteristics, people tend to develop hatred because there is no middle position. In establishing his own position, Aristotle seems to be responding to Plato’s four major virtues (wisdom, moderation, courage, and justice) when he writes about his own social virtues. This paper will show why Aristotle’s social virtues are so important to an individual’s healthy social life....
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- Spring '09
- Clinical Assistant Professor Wilson Aristotle, Professor Wilson Aristotle, social virtues