Aristotle, another great Greek philosopher, established many theories in the field of ethics and psychology. As a student of Plato at the academy, Aristotle also theorized many inquiries about virtue. In this question we want to some how connect his ideas of psychology to his ideas of ethics. In doing this we must set out his main points than mesh them in some common bond.
Aristotle’s Notion of Virtue According to Aristotle, virtue primarily
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or right either. The psychology of humans and our primal tendencies make us propagate and want to engage in sex. That is right and virtuous yet not moral at all time. This leads to the possibility of pregnancy which leads to our conscious choice of whether to abort a pregnancy or not. The twist are unending and although I feel I have a good grasp on this it slips away as I make my descent.