Plus vice is diametrically opposed to virtue.
…that, once one knows what virtue is, it is impossible not to act virtuously.
In fact, Cruz's anti-virtue-signaling stance is a virtue signal within a virtue signal — which sounds like the plot of the lamest possible Christopher Nolan film.
Rand also defines rationality, which is “the basic virtue”, in terms of
But while moral virtue is possible even for the pagan, moral virtue is not by itself enough for salvation.
There are many different conceptions of the virtue of justice, and only some of them are distinctively virtue ethical.
We begin by discussing two concepts that are central to all forms of virtue ethics, namely, virtue and practical wisdom.
Its general theme is the question whether virtue can be taught, and this leads to the question whether virtue is wisdom or knowledge.
Indeed, if one assumes that knowledge entails justification, being a virtue reliabilist about the former seems to lead naturally to virtue reliabilism about the latter.
The political virtue inheres in a polity in which such norms regulate the conduct of its citizens, and these two dimensions of justice as a virtue reinforce each other.
However, justice as a virtue of societies, polities, and their institutions is addressed elsewhere, so the focus in this essay will be on justice as a virtue in individuals.
If someone lacks virtue, she may have any of several moral vices, or she may be characterized by a condition somewhere in between virtue and vice, such as continence or incontinence.
But although all standard versions of virtue ethics insist on that conceptual link between virtue and eudaimonia, further links are matters of dispute and generate different versions.
…prince relies on his own virtue, but, if virtue is to enable him to acquire a state, it must have a new meaning distinct from the New Testament virtue of seeking peace.
(One consequence of this has been that it is now necessary to distinguish “virtue ethics” (the third approach) from “virtue theory”, a term which includes accounts of virtue within the other approaches.)
In what follows we sketch four distinct forms taken by contemporary virtue ethics, namely, a) eudaimonist virtue ethics, b) agent-based and exemplarist virtue ethics, c) target-centered virtue ethics, and d) Platonistic virtue ethics.
In his Essay on the Passions, Hutcheson addresses the same question that non-egoist interpretations of Shaftesbury must face in light of Shaftesbury’s arguments for the coincidence of virtue and interest—i.e., if virtue is non-self-interested, why show that virtue is in everyone’s self-interest?
Second, and relatedly, Smith’s way of approaching virtue often resembles Aristotle’s—who has also sometimes been seen as too fond of the description of virtue, and who tried to acknowledge the many diverse elements of virtue, and the judgment of virtue, rather than to reduce them to a single principle.
Recently, proponents of virtue ethics have been increasingly proposing a suggestive solution to this problem: virtue is a skill acquired through effortful practice, so virtue is a kind of expertise (Annas 2011; Bloomfield 2000, 2001, 2014; Jacobson 2005; Russell 2015; Snow 2010; Sosa 2009; Stichter 2007, 2011; for reservations, see Doris, in preparation).
In his seminal work on desert and justice (Feinberg 1970) Joel Feinberg presented a catalog of types of seemingly uncontroversial desert claims: a student might deserve a high grade in virtue of having written a good paper; an athlete might deserve a prize in virtue of having excelled in a competition; a successful researcher might deserve an expression of gratitude in virtue of having perfected a disease-preventing serum; a criminal might deserve the contempt of his community in virtue of having committed crimes; the victim of an industrial accident may deserve compensation from his negligent employer; a hard-working public official may deserve to be promoted to a higher office in virtue of her diligence.
- the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong
- any admirable quality or attribute
- morality with respect to sexual relations
- a particular moral excellence
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In his seminal work on desert and justice Feinberg 1970 Joel Feinberg presented a catalog of types of seemingly uncontroversial desert claims a student might deserve a high grade in virtue of having written a good paper an athlete might deserve a prize in virtue of having excelled in a competition a successful researcher might deserve an expression of gratitude in virtue of having perfected a disease-preventing serum a criminal might deserve the contempt of his community in virtue of having committed crimes the victim of an industrial accident may deserve compensation from his negligent employer a hard-working public official may deserve to be promoted to a higher office in virtue of her diligence