The idea of virtue and its role in ethical behavior comes from ancient Greek philosophy. Plato, identified four virtues that have become influential concepts in Western civilization. Now known as the four cardinal virtues, they are wisdom, courage, temperance and justice. He wrote about these virtues in the "Republic," a Socratic dialogue on political theory. Some philosophers have argued that the four virtues provide the basis for all aspects of moral character. Aristotle, a student of Plato, expanded the concept by including additional virtues, as did Christian theologians.
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