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Aristotle's Golden Mean

True virtue is to only bother Aristotle with asinine objections to his theories about half the time.
True virtue is to only bother Aristotle with asinine objections to his theories about half the time.

For Aristotle, virtue was often a sort of disposition between to unhealthy extremes, sometimes referred to as a "golden mean".

Zeno is best knows for his paradoxes, which often involved the difficulty in conceptualizing infinite regresses. If we applied the type of logic Zeno uses to Aristotle's concept in a rather stupid way, it would cancel itself out.

For Aristotle, virtue was often a sort of disposition between to unhealthy extremes, sometimes referred to as a "golden mean".

Zeno is best knows for his paradoxes, which often involved the difficulty in conceptualizing infinite regresses. If we applied the type of logic Zeno uses to Aristotle's concept in a rather stupid way, it would cancel itself out.

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