Howard J. ABSTRACT: Aristotle says that we learn which acts are virtuous, choose virtuous acts for their own sake, and acquire virtuous habits by performing virtuous acts. According to Burnyeat, Aristotle thinks this works successfully because virtuous acts are pleasant. Instead, I maintain that according to Aristotle moral progress is motivated by different sorts of pain associated with vicious acts.
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