Unformatted text preview: way, or over-doing it. EXCESS (VICE) THE MEAN (VIRTUE) DEFICIENCY (VICE) Cowardice Courage Rashness/over-confidence Immoderate Moderation (of bodily pleasures: feeling appropriately satiated) Insensible (fails to acknowledge that feelings exist/ignores ones animalistic soul all-together Wastefulness Generosity (kindness) Stinginess Vulgarity Magnificence (particularly in managing gracious and large events/celebrations) Meanness (specifically for Aristotle, this meant cheap during special occasions). Arrogance High-mindedness (pride) Overly Humble Ill-tempered (hot-headed) Gentleness (anger) Submissive (You protest nothing) Boastfulness Truthfulness (honesty) Self-deprecating Buffoonery Wittiness (humor) Boorishness Flattery (obsequiousness) Friendliness (being pleasant) Unsociableness Shamelessness Modesty (proper shame) Bashful (embarrassed)...
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- Fall '08
- Philosophy, virtuous acts, ARISTOTELIAN VIRTUES Virtuous, Wastefulness Vulgarity Arrogance, Overly Humble Submissive