Cardinal Virtues

From a class I’m taking:

In the history of the study of virtue, the “Cardinal Virtues” emerged in ancient Greek philosophy:

Prudence:  the ability to judge the appropriate action needed for any situation.
Justice: the ability to moderate between your own rights and the rights of others.
Temperance: the ability to practice self-control.
Courage: the ability to confront fear, uncertainty, or intimidation.

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