Aristotle refers to virtues as being character traits that persuade you to act

Aristotle refers to virtues as being character traits

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ethics is essentially based on how you are raised and the moral characteristics you practice. Aristotle refers to virtues as being character traits that persuade you to act and react in a moral way. He also refers to virtue ethics as a balance between two extremes or otherwise known as, the “Golden Mean.” 2 Virtue ethics to me is, if you practice being honest, generous, and just then you will develop and become an honorable moral character. When you continue to practice these ethical habits, you will know what the right choice is to make when confronted with ethical challenges in life. Revelation Christian Ethics, At the heart of Christian ethics is the conviction that our firm basis for knowing the true, the good, and the right is divine revelation. Revelations like the Ten Commandments, these ethical principles are important and should be followed and 1 Chappell, T. (2014). Ethics and experience: life beyond moral theory. Retrieved fromhttps://ebookcentral- proquest-com.ezproxy.liberty.edu 2 Jones, Scott, M. Moral Reasoning: An Intentional Approach to Distinguishing Right from Wrong. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2017.
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lived by all the time. Life of course would be much easier if everyone followed the rule set in the Bible. The Golden Rule is a principle that I have based my life around, treating others the way
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