Aristotle Self Restraint

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I agree with you, Koreen, I also find Aristotle’s analysis on self-restraint and virtue to be persuasive. I found it interesting how he discussed the differences between a vice person, unrestrained person, a self-restraint person and virtue person. “The self restrained person stands by his reasoning, while the unrestrained person who stands beside his reasoning.” (Sachs 119). Meaning that a self restrained person is able to hold out on doing certain desires, even though they may want to , they do not, while the unrestrained person will give into these desires, and feel guilty or shame for doing them. A vicious person will also give into their desires, but feel no guilt or shame when doing them, even though they are fully aware that what they
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