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According to the Greek philosopher Aristotle, wisdom and understanding were two of the three principal intellectual virtues. Unlike what Aristotle called "the moral virtues" which were acquired through education, he believed that the intellectual virtues were given by a combination of nature and nurture, that is, while such virtues could be strengthened through experience and education, it was necessary that a person be given them by "natural endowments" (Nicomachean Ethics, 1143b 8-9)
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Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Credible Christians for a Credible Gospel
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