Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics

Name some of the virtues Aristotle explores in Book II, Chapter 7.


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Aristotle names courage, liberality, pride and good-temperedness. All of these virtues, of course, are means between vices. For courage, between cowardliness and rashness; for liberality, prodigality and meanness; for pride, empty vanity and undue humility; and for anger, an overzealousness and an emotional deadness.


Aristotle, Nichomachean Ethics, Book II