Virtue Ethics

Virtue ethics, according to Aristotle, requires seeking the mean between excess and deficit. Additionally, his conception of eudaimonia suggests that the perfection of excellence is a central component of living. Eudaemonia is akin to psychological well-being and inner harmony. Our physical abilities, character traits, and above all our intellect should be perfected.

  • With this philosophy in mind, do you think Aristotle would argue that the consumption of performance-enhancing drugs (i.e., steroids) in professional sports is permissible?
  • What about taking drugs that improve one’s academic performance in college?

Please use this book Consider Ethics – Bruce N Waller ISBN: 9780134650791

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