Socrates on intellectual virtue

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virtues is a behavior that show high moral standards
Aristotle holds the view that moral virtues are states of character lying at the mean between extremes of excess and deficiency.(we should always try to be in the mean. However there are, action such as adultery which they are alway wrong) For Aristotle moral virtue are to be distinguished from intellectual virtue.  Moral virtue has to do with feeling, choosing, and acting well.  Intellectual virtue is identified as a kind of wisdom acquired by teaching. 
ADVANTEGES
1) moral motivation: we should do thing for the right reason.
2)doubt about impartiality: we should be impartial in all situation regardless of the outcome 
DISADVANTAGES 
1)conflict of virtue: when there are personal interest in a decision such as saving your son or a student from getting shoot 
2)why the one that has fear is more courages than the one that never fear

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