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    Virtue‚ then‚ is a state that decides‚ consisting in a mean‚ the mean relative to us‚ which is defined by reference to reason‚ that is to say‚ to the reason by reference to which the prudent person would define it. It is a mean between two vices‚ one of excess and one of deficiency” Aristotle’s definition of Virtue of Character but what is it really saying. Let us define it with the Socratic Definition per genus et differentia. Let us break it into the three parts genus‚ species and the differentiating

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    If people would adhere to virtues the world would be a better place. Living a virtues life means following moral qualities. Not living a virtuous life can lead to: untrustworthiness‚ unfairness and alarm. People can avoid negative experiences by following proper protocol. The world would be a better place if people live by the following virtues sincerity‚ justice and tranquility. Sincerity is a moral quality that people should live by. The virtue sincerity teaches humans to be real and true. People

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    Jonathon Brown Professor Jun Philosophy 2033 July 5‚ 2013 Virtues We’ve all heard the famous quote “patience is a virtue”. As true as this statement is‚ I don’t think we really grasp the meaning of what a virtue really is. I would describe a virtue as a morally good character trait that one is not born with‚ but must strive for. Patience is a perfect example of this. No child is born with patience. Many times a child will interrupt the mother who is in the middle of a conversation because

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    Meno Virtue

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    Meno Virtue Essay Meno‚ an influential speaker‚ is traveling through Athens when he encounters Socrates. Meno is a well known individual who has spoken in front of large crowds the meaning of virtue. He is a student who studied under Gorgias‚ another well know teacher of virtue. Socrates provokes a discussion regarding virtue when he states that‚ “I have never known of anyone else who did [know virtue]‚ in my judgment.” This prompted Meno to stand up and prove to Socrates he could accurately define

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    Virtues and Values

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    Virtues and Values MHA 622 Healthcare Ethics & Law Dr. Teresita Gonzalez August 27‚ 2012 Virtues and Values Virtues and Values are very important to health care today. Virtues and values are not about what a person wants to be‚ but rather virtues and values are about who a person really is. Any changes or decisions will always require people or even the patient ’s to examine their values and virtues. ( Sheryl‚ 2010). Virtue can be defined as the difference between

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    Knowledge Is Virtue

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    Knowledge is Virtue We define knowledge as the state or fact of knowing‚ familiarity‚ awareness or understanding‚ gained through experience or study and virtue as the moral excellence and righteousness. All of us have knowledge but not all the knowledge we have is the same‚ same with virtue. All of us have virtue but not all is practicing it. All of us have knowledge because it is a gift from God that we can keep and share to others. Through knowledge‚ one is also given the knowledge of understanding

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    the virtue of temperance

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    THE VIRTUE OF TEMPERANCE Pope John Paul II Virtue is not something abstract‚ detached from life‚ but‚ on the contrary‚ it has deep "roots” in life itself‚ it springs from the latter forms it. Virtue has an impact on man’s life itself‚ on his actions and behavior. It follows that in all these reflections of ours‚ we are speaking not so much of the virtue of man as a living and acting “virtuously”; we are speaking of the prudent‚ just and courageous man‚ and finally‚ precisely today‚ we are speaking

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    Virtue of Generosity

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    Selfness is a virtue of humanity and generosity is an offshot of selfness. It is the virtue of bringing a smile onto other peoples faces. For the most part‚ it is good to be generous. In the Prince‚ Machiavelli argues that there are boundaries on when and to what extend a prince should be generous before his people take advantage of him or are no longer satisfied with his generosity and expect more from him. Through his text and my understanding of Machiavelli perspective on generosity you will be

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    Human Virtues

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    Human Virtues and Character Strengths Virtues consist of a set of character strengths‚ these strengths represent good character. They are wisdom‚ courage‚ humanity‚ justice‚ temperance‚ and transcendence. Wisdom and courage are two virtues that my Grand Father encompassed. He was a very strong and knowledgeable man. His life revolved around going against all odds‚ he truly believed in beating whatever he was at battle against. His perseverance was with him till the day he died.

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    Virtue and Education

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    REFLECTION OF HIS POEMS : The inspiring poems of Rizal proved his poetical genius that reflected about his life in his childhood memories including his experiences and insights about education‚ religion and colonial administration of Spain in the Philippine islands. In 1874-1877‚ he wrote poems of varied interest and perspectives about life : (1) My First Inspiration ; (2) In Memory of My Town; (3) Through Education the Mother Receives Light; (4) Intimate Alliance between Religion; and (5) A Farewell

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