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Moral Relativism
No moral rules apply apply to all culture or all people and that no country or person should "improse" their beliefs on any other culture or person
Objective
to exist or to be true independetly of anyones opinion
Relative/Subjective
it varies from person to person
Nature
a persons surroundings
Teolos/Teology
a persons purpose in life
Eudaimonia
happiness in a person, what we strive for
Appetative
the various appetites/desires humans feel
Vegetative
controls all of a persons involuntary functions
Rational
judges what is right or wrong
Virtue
moderation
Vicious/Self Indulgent character
so corrupted by bad actions and not able to judge from right and wrong
Continent/Enduring Character
ward off desire and can withstand painful emotions in difficult situations
Incontinent Character
struggle with ther appetative and lose battles, they are soft and have a weakness towards pleasure
Virtuous Character
do not struggle with their rational and appetative and are moderate
Aristotles Guidelines
-know yourself
-bent stick remedy
-always be weary of pleasure, it ll lead you astray
-avoid the extreme that is more opposed to the mean