Not preferring the worthy allows people to not quarrel.
Not prizing hard to obtain goods allows people to not act like thieves.
Not displaying what can be desired allows people’s hearts to not be troubled. 555 more words
Plato (427-347 BCE) was a Greek philosopher born into an aristocratic Athenian family. Over the centuries he has come to be regarded as one of the most influential philosophers of all time, especially within Western philosophy. 838 more words
Virtue Theory and Virtue Ethics:
Virtue theory is based around the investigation and understanding of the virtues. This theory being distinct from Virtue Ethics, a normative moral theory that sees the development of our virtues as our primary goal. 862 more words