How is Socrates’s daimon related to one of Aquinas’s laws/views of virtue and justice?

Why is Aristotle virtuous?

According to Aristotle’s ethical theory, the virtuous person exhibits the joint excellence of reason and of character. The virtuous person not only knows what the good thing to do is, she is also emotionally attached to it.

What are Aristotle’s 4 virtues?

Given that I have an undergraduate background in philosophy, I was intrigued and decided to show him a page in one of my books (Dictionary of Scholastic Philosophy, Wuellner, 1956) summarizing Aristotle’s four cardinal virtues: prudence, justice, temperance, and fortitude.

Did Aristotle consider himself virtuous?

Aristotle. Said that having virtue just means doing the right thing at the right time in the right way in the right amount toward the right people which sort of sounds like Aristotle.