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Plato

Function is to govern, need the virtue of justice

Plato

All humans seek happiness, not someone else.

Aristotle

lead active life, need wittiness, justice, courage

Plato

if anyone does wrong, that is because they have not thought enough. No one does wrong deliberately.

Plato and Aristotle

all actions allow for reflection

Socrates

If fine or right actions matter how do we come to know what fine or right actions are?no clue

Plato

If fine or right actions matter how do we come to know what fine or right actions are?something INTENSE

Aristotle

If fine or right actions matter how do we come to know what fine or right actions are?
The source of ethical insight was in experience of life itself.

Aristotle

virtues were located between corresponding vices of excess and defect.

Socrates

Arete, to live successfully one must live morally.

Socrates

no one can act contrary to one's knowledge of right and wrong.

Aristotle

To live a good life, one must successfully perform one'es function, need to posses virtue to do so.

Aristotle

maturity will bring an answer

Aristotle

To find courage one must strike a balance between fear and confidence.

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