Achievability Of Virtue Ethics

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This treatment of attributes should extend to the various factors in which good qualities may manifest. To considerate merely in intent or consequence, or virtue, or the like would be insufficient. If consequences were merely considered it would be inclined to undermine preexisting qualities of goodness in condition and could be inclined to justify inhumanity. If mere intent were considered, then there would be no insurance of good qualities beyond the individual. If virtues were merely it taken into account, it leave ethical worth in a disunited state, as it has not put virtues to use for a broader good. While each of these factors has an importance, they are not solely important, and the multitude of relevant factors should be considered in judgement based in a system of attributes.
The matter of human people in ethics produces additional factors in ethics. Since people a complex qualitative aspect to themselves, the consideration of
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In a sense this supports a kind of perfectiblist mentality. Though the practical achievability of perfect manifestation is doubted by many, the interpreted experiences of life and the legacy of history shows that it well concrete that some improvements can be made. In this the prospect, the ideal is preserved in the possibility of motion toward it. Even in those cases wear it is challenged that acting rightfully fails or cannot succeed in improvement, the moral responsibility remains, because it is rightful. Even in those instances where it may fail to achieve or delay positive results the rightful is rightful to follow. The moral inclination toward attributes transcends the limits of condition and extends into reality in the broader sense. The intellect which aids in gaining ethical understanding and direction, is conceived in this paper to support a form of moral

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