Greece moral 6 Aristotle

Aristteles:

As is known, was the tutor of Alexander the Great, define the man as an animal political.This means that under the polis members include the ability to be a good citizen.The definition of each virtue is the task of Aristteles in his policy, but always, we must remember, understanding that in Greece there is no such division between virtue and private virtue PUBLIC derived ms While the theory of Locke, as we know, the founder or “father” of liberalism POLITICAL

Aristteles influence of Christian morality is evident, as we shall see to explain his theories in the next section. His central thesis that all men by nature, looking good, is maintained by St. Thomas in the thirteenth century.

It is a moral to seek happiness, like his master Plato is a philosopher Aristteles eudaimonist.In what is ycmo we can achieve happiness is the leitmotif of his work.

The distinction between moral virtues and intellectual virtues, is an example of how Aristteles influence of Christian morality. The medieval philosophers discuss ethics and ethical docens utens, including prudence. This distinction between a policy theorists, say, policy and practices, is now given of interest for matters arising from the policy and its relationship with science and law.

In the Great Ethics, 1185, distinguishes between prudence Aristteles, which will be an intellectual virtue and temperance, fortitude and justice are moral virtues:

“Rooted in the rational prudence, shrewdness and presence of minimum …And the irrational lie what we call virtues: temperance, justice, fortitude and all the various rooted in character, are worthy or deserving of praise ”

Legal justice therefore be, the virtue that allows the happiness of society politics.

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