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phronesis

 [fro-ne´sis]
in bioethics, the virtue of practical wisdom, the capacity for moral insight to discern what moral choice or course of action is most conducive to the good of the agent or the activity in which the agent is engaged.
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Unlike phronesis that requires external goods, for example, wealth and friends, to help one perform virtuous actions such as generous and just acts, respectively, theoria can be carried out with fewer external goods.
Phronesis is not one virtue among others, but is the master virtue that encompasses and orders the individual virtues.
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This event is co-sponsored by the UH political science department, African-American studies, The Center for Public History and the Phronesis Program in Politics and Ethics.
SJP summer school fees (Starting at[euro]275) include admission to a full blown jazz & world music festival which includes concerts by all the faculty members plus Danish bassist Jasper Hoiby's Phronesis, Kenny Wheeler, Zakir Hussein's Masters of Percussion, Femi Temowo and many others TBC.
To begin with, in the Harmonics, Ptolemy defines sophia as the virtue having to do with the theoretical and phronesis as the virtue having to do with the practical: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
However, by the end of NE VI Aristotle denies this split, because the person with phronesis (practical wisdom) is the one who uses reason to judge which actions hit the mean, phronesis is the intellectual virtue of the reasoning part of the soul concerned with determining what is good and bad for humans, and phronesis unifies the virtues.
This essay, then, is an attempt to provide some glimpses from those windows into what might constitute a pedagogy framed in the context of Aristotle's concept of phronesis as it might apply to the twenty-first century.
15) Aristotle calls such a person phronimos ("practically wise"), and says that he or she possesses phronesis ("practical wisdom").
30pm, Saturday) The festival also features its acclaimed New Stream programme at the Marsden Royal British Legion on Saturday with Mercury nominated Kit Downes (12pm) and Phronesis (2pm).
As we will see, this view has largely ignored the importance of the phronesis of the individual psychotherapist, as well as the relational and dynamic aspects of the process.