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Perspectives in Moral Philosophy: Being Good, the Virtue of Character

Join Hugh Taft-Morales for the first of four discussions exploring four ethical paradigms from the Western tradition. 

Being Good – The virtue of character

Aristotle and his concepts of: 1) “the golden mean” between excess and deficiency of certain characteristics; 2) the concept of  “goals” or “purposes” from our nature as human beings; 3) the goal happiness and human flourishing

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  • John Oliver M.

    Who is to decide what is "good", and "Good" for WHOM?

    October 3, 2013

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