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Aristotle's virtues (and their excess and deficiency vices)

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A list of the character traits Aristotle considered to be virtues in his book Nichomachean Ethics, and their accompanying excess & deficiency vices.
Heloise Tudor
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Heloise Tudor
Created by Heloise Tudor almost 8 years ago
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Excess vice - Mean - Deficiency vice Rashness - Courage - Cowardice                           Licentiousness - Temperance - Insensibility Prodigality - Liberality - Illiberality Vulgarity - Generosity - Pettiness Vanity - Pride/High-mindedness - Humility Over ambition - Proper ambition - Lack of ambition Boastfulness - Truthfulness - Understatement Irascibility - Patience - Lack of spirit Buffoonery - Wittiness - Boorishness Obsequiousness - Friendliness - Cantankerousness Shyness/Bashfulness - Modesty - Shamelessness Envy/Spitefulness - Righteous Indignation - Maliciousness/Callousness

Key:Excess Vice = RedGolden Mean = OrangeDeficiency Vice = Green

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