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Which of the following ideas is important in virtue ethics?
a) community
b) duty
c) natural human inclinations
d) pleasure
is it a???

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    I hope this is not a college level question. e) none of the above is the right answer, but of your choices, b,c,d are clearly wrong. a) is vague...virtue itself is not related to culture nor to community (see your text to confirm this), but given no e, a) is the "best" answer, but it it fact is off target.

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    Explain the principles of doub
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