irtue ethics or theory is known as an approach to ethics that emphasizes an individual’s charisma or personality
instead of the rules themselves
consequences of the action
This refers to the classical formulation of virtue ethics.
“arete,” which means “the virtues”
“phronesis,” also known as “practical wisdom,
wisdom ( sophia)
practical wisdom (phronesis)
The ethics of care was developed and originated mainly by feminist writers such as Annette Baier in the second half of the 20th century.
It called for a change in how we view virtue and morality, shifting toward “virtues exemplified by women, such as taking care of others
This was recently developed by Michael Slote
“an account of virtue based on our common-sense intuitions about which character traits”
Virtue ethics is considered and identified as eudaimonism.
Socrates, as epitomized in Plato’s early dialogues
virtue is a type of knowledge
representation of good and evi
t can be found or discovered in Plato’s “Republic.”
Aristotle developed the concept of apotheosis in “Nicomachean Ethics” of the 4th century BC
eudaimonia is constituted not by honor, power, or even wealth
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