The SPA Philosophy (Socrates,Plato and Aristotle). Part 2
The Greeks on Virtue
According to Aristotle-He was Plato’s pupil- as to other Greek thinkers, being a good person and knowing right from wrong, is not primarily a matter of understanding and applying certain morals and Principles. Rather, it is a question of being or becoming the kind of person who, by acquiring wisdom through proper practice and training, will habitually behave in appropriate ways in the appropriate circumstances. In short, having the right kind of character and dispositions, natural and acquired, issues in the right kind of behaviour.
The dispositions in question are virtues.
From ’50 Philosophy ideas – you really need to know’ by Ben Dupre