Are You Morally Virtuous?

“Moral experience—the actual possession and exercise of good character—is necessary truly to understand moral principles and profitably to apply them.”
~ Aristotle, Ethics

If you are morally virtuous, I strongly recommend your reading this article.

And, if it is alright with you not to be the family clown, it is alright  too. Just be cautioned that you are not likely to be very popular!

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11 Responses to Are You Morally Virtuous?

  1. Hmm. I think I have a reasonable set of ethics but I was always the class clown as a kid, so who knows?

  2. Kylie says:

    I enjoy a good laugh, especially if I can provoke it and if I had to choose between the two I’d choose humour every time

  3. shackman says:

    I always try to do the right thing, even if nobody is watching

  4. Peter says:

    An interesting article but I’m not sure how accurate it is. I’ve always felt that I have a high moral standing and I’m sure that it has had no effect on my sense of humour.

    While I would laugh at most jokes, even if at other people’s expense, say Irish jokes, for example, I would not repeat them if I thought it would cause anyone in earshot some discomfort.
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  5. Max Coutinho says:

    Hi Rummy,

    I am, what I like to describe as, morally flexible. This description scares a lot of people too lol. In my opinion, if one minds his own business there’s no reason to be morally virtuous cause you are too busy managing your own life.


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