What are two kinds of virtues that aristotle

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• What are two kinds of virtues that Aristotle identifies?
things like temperance and courage; need habituation to be educated and cant be taught to a person by study. Someone must habituate oneself to doing the right acts to have any chance to acquire these virtues (practicing the right way) • Are virtues natural according to Aristotle?
• How does he think one acquires virtues?
• According to Aristotle are virtues feelings, capacities, or states?
• Aristotle discusses the importance of the mean, or striking a proper balance between deficiency and excess. How does he relate this idea of the mean to his discussion of virtues and moral goodness? Does Aristotle think every action and feeling possess
The Ethical Distinctiveness of Jesus • Similarities between a classical and a Christian approach to ethics • Both assume that questions about why something is good/bad or right/wrong refer to an Ultimate Good that humans can aspire to; also have a corresponding political and social vision- Holistic Social. Political Order

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