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virtue ethics and aristotle

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHL275H1
Professor
Bialystock
Semester
Fall

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Ethics LectureOctober 3 2011Virtue Ethics and AristotleVirtues are reflected in a situationspecific actions established by phronesisIs acquired through proper practiceVirtue is necessary but not sufficient for happiness virtue will not protect you from suffering you need external positive goods like friends and wealth in order to establish the virtuesYou cannot have eudaimonia without virtueAquinas Christian Virtue EthicsVirtue of prudence one of the four cardinal virtues prudence is the virtue in which you cannot have any other virtue prudence is the capacity that allows you to judge in other virtues on what the right action isJustice courage and temperanceTheological virtues faith hope and charity virtues that help human beings fulfill gods planWe also have a function according to a divine planHumans are a part of Gods planFoot Puzzles in Virtue EthicsFor whose benefit are the virtues Lists from different p
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