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I need these questions to be answered, long answer and a total of 5 pages. My pr
I need these questions to be answered, long answer and a total of 5 pages. My prof is very particular on not having a superficial or surface level analysis. Deeply Discuss how the philosophers came to their conclusions, why they had the observations and thoughts they did- how they manifested, what others thought of their ideas, how someone compared or contrasted in a way relevant to the question. Also providing cases and examples of the behaviours, concepts or ideas in the question is needed. Will attach course content and assignment instructions.Also attaching the readings, they are not solely responsible for answers and content for this assignment Assignment: To setup your explanation of Socrates’ account of virtue and vice, describe how a person who has the virtue of temperance behaves, and contrast this with how a person who has the vice of intemperance behaves. Explain how Socrates’ “Virtue as Knowledge” view accounts the differences between a temperate person and an intemperate person in terms of their knowledge of good and evil. (To do this, explain the relevance of the following for Socrates’ account: Hedonism, the power of appearances, the art of measurement, the motivational strength of good/pleasure and evil/pain, and knowledge as a “noble and commanding thing”.) Explain Aristotle’sview that the virtue of temperance is a mean between the vice of deficiency, i.e., being insensible, and the vice of excess, i.e., being intemperate/self-indulgent/spoiled. Explain Aristotle’s distinction between someone who is temperate and someone who is self-restrained (i.e., is continent), as well as his distinction between a person who is intemperate and a person who lacks self-restraint (i.e., is incontinent). On Socrates’ view, a temperate person is one who has knowledge of good and evil, but on Aristotle’s view, a temperate person has more than this. She has learned to modify the strength of her passions in a manner that would promote her own well-being and the good of others. Present a case to illustrate how their views differ and based on that case explain why you think one view is preferable to the other. Note: We examined the following Books and Chapters from Nicomachean Ethics: B I – C 7,8,13 B II - C 1, 2, 6 B III - C 1 B VII - C 1, 2, 3

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