Answer all 4 of the following questions
Using quotations from chapters 1 and 2 of the Aristotle reading, explain how he thinks a person comes to have moral virtue/excellence.
In chapters 6 and 7, Aristotle argues that moral virtues are dispositions to arrive at the mean (the middle) between two extremes. What do you think he means by this? Provide an original example to illustrate the point.
Rosalind Hursthouse describes a person/agent who that the virtue of “phronesis” — i.e., wisdom with regard to morality and human life. What qualities, according to her, must such a person have?
According to Hursthouse, the main moral advice that virtue ethics gives you is to do your best to act like a person with phronesis — i.e., the ideal moral agent. Is this useful advice? Can we know (or have a good sense) of what such an agent would do in a given situation? What happens if there’s a situation in which even someone with phronesis would be uncertain about what to do? (You can give real-life examples, if you want.)
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