The Unjust Person Inevitably Fails To Be Moderate, Courageous Person

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The relationship of the virtues appear seemingly that the unjust person inevitably fails to be moderate, courageous, or wise. You might try to refute this saying that a person can be courageous—with strong-willed attitudes that trail perfectly with what the rational attitude says is impressive and not, but still be unjust as their rational attitudes are poorly established, not knowing what really is impressive. But Socrates seemed to hesitate at this possibility by opposing the courageous person whose spirit conserves beliefs about what is impressive and not and the sincerely courageous person in whose spirit stores knowledge about what is impressive and not. A person can be moderate, or without attitudes at odds with what their rational attitudes
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