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|99), a quality much admired in Greece. I would have to agree with Von Leyden (|
1985) who concludes: "He has nothing to say on hardship" (p. 57). On the notion
of duties, Aristotle states: "All virtue is summed up in dealing justly" (Thomson, p.
|QUOTES. Virtue is simply happiness, and happiness is a by-product of function. |
You are happy when you are functioning. William S. Burroughs All virtue is
summed up in dealing justly. Aristotle ...
|Adams, Abigail Some virtues are only seen in affliction and others only in |
prosperity. - Addison, Joseph A homely face and no figure have aided many
women heavenward. - Antrim, Minna All virtue is summed up in dealing justly. -
Aristotle Of ...
|It is, Aristotle notes in uncharacteristically poetic mode, 'regarded as the sovran |
virtue, “more wonderful than the evening or morning star,” and we have a proverb
: “All virtue is summed up in dealing justly.”'18 It is in this broad sense that moral ...
|Suzanne Gibbs Taylor. Beauty virtue without is like a rose without scent. —|
Proverb All virtue is summed up in dealing justly. —Aristotle ☆ 45.
|All virtue is summed up in dealing justly Aristotle Virtue ethics is often attributed to |
Aristotle, and certainly it derives from ancient ... Virtue ethics posits that humans
should do the right thing because it is the right thing to do, regardless of moti— ...
|Aristotle taught that “all virtue is summed up in dealing justly,” and Professor |
Spergel's work has been conspicuously, and importantly, just. Its very real virtues
—its successes in engagement with gangs and gang members, its contributions
|word "justice" when we are dealing with broader social issues and institutional |
obligations to individuals. ... Aristotle said that "All virtue is summed up in dealing
justly," and the concept is so central to civilized governance that in 1215, the ...
|Ludwig van Beethoven “And virtue, though in rags, will keep me warm.” — John |
Dryden “There never was yet a truly great man that was not at the same time truly
virtuous.” — Benjamin Franklin “All virtue is summed up in dealing justly.
|All honor's wounds are self-inflicted. — Andrew Carnegie 1835-1919 Andrew |
Carnegie was an American businessman and philanthropist. All virtue is summed
up in dealing justly. — Aristotle 384-322 B.C. Aristotle was a Greek writer, teacher