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H.O. Aristotle Fall 2007 VHM SFCC Aristotle’s Virtues Dispositions Emotion OR Sphere of Action Excess Mean Deficiency Fear cowardice courage rashness/fearlessness Anger irascibility good-temper (no name) Giving and taking money prodigality liberality stinginess Pleasure and Pain indulgence temperance insensibility Honor/dishonor
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Unformatted text preview: ambitiousness (no name) unambitiousness Honor/dishonor empty vanity proper pride undue humility Shame bashfulness modesty shamefulness Giving of Amusement buffoonery wit boorishness Judging self and Others unjust justice unjust Intercourse in Words and actions obsequiousness/ flattery friendliness quarrelsome/surly...
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