What are Plato's four cardinal virtues?


Plato's four cardinal virtues are Prudence that is the right judgment and actions at all times, Justice that is always giving people their rights, Temperance that is practicing self-control and Courage that is ability to fight fear and uncertainty.
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The four Cardinal virtues are temperance, justice, prudence, and fortitude. The word cardinal comes from the Latin word cardo which means 'hinge' All of the other virtues 'hinge'
Prudence- helps you to decide what is good and then to choose to do it. It leads you to stop and think before you act. Justice- leads you to respect the rights of others and to give
n. One of the four paramount virtues in classical philosophy: justice, prudence, fortitude, or temperance.
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