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Aristotle's Virtues

I'm just confused if in generally the vice of deficiency means the "definicency of the mean" OR the deficiency of what is stated.

Ex: cowardice the definicency of courage


deficiency of cowardice: being lack of cowardice

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    From your example, cowardice is the lack of courage.

    deficiency = lack

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