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match the examples that he gives us. Aristotle does not say that our responses should be “moderate” in all instances. Aristotle does not state that moderation leads to virtuous action as such. All of the above are reasons why “The Golden Mean” theory is false. (correct) Question 7: Might a fully virtuous person get extremely upset over something? Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 0/1 Your Answer(s): No, the fully virtuous person will never display extremes, but will always aim at the middle / mean.
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No, the fully virtuous person will never display extremes, but will always aim at the middle / mean. No, the fully virtuous person would never have a reason to get extremely upset. Yes, a fully virtuous person might, under certain circumstances, for some appropriate reason, have an occasion to be extremely upset. (correct) Yes, a fully virtuous person will probably get extremely upset on a regular basis because the world is a mean and hostile place.

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