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Date Created: 10/23/15
Notes 101515 oVirtue ethics right and wrong are connected praiseworthy and blameworthy personal character oRight action an action done by a virtuous praiseworthy person oWrong action an action done by a vicious blameworthy person oVirtue a habit of acting according to an ideal of excellence oDetermination oHonesty oCompassion oMerciful oWisdom oGoaloriented driven oGenerosity Courage 0 Respectful 0 Vice a habit of acting in a awed manner 0 o Aristotle virtues and vices are related to each other as too much or too little of an action or feeling 0 The Golden Mean for every situation there is a virtuous course of action a mean or quotmiddlequot and at least one vicious one 0 To be virtuous is to be the kind of person who has mastered the skill of the golden mean 0 The virtuous person must 0 Know what they are doing 0 Choose what they are doing 0 The action must proceed from a quot rm and unchanging characterquot 0 How do you decide what actions are right wrong according to virtue ethics 0 What kind of person would do this action 0 Do I want to be that kind of person 0 If so then it s ok If not then it s not ok 0 Questions for virtue ethics Why should we do virtuous actions Your happiness depends on it Can a courageous person do a vicious thing No A virtuous person can t do a vicious thing When do you form moral character By adulthood but not before Can you change your moral character No
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