Difference between revisions of "Virtue"

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* The [[Wikipedia:Cardinal_virtues|Cardinal Virtues]]: [[justice]], [[fortitude]], [[prudence]], and [[temperance]]
 
* The [[Wikipedia:Cardinal_virtues|Cardinal Virtues]]: [[justice]], [[fortitude]], [[prudence]], and [[temperance]]
 
* The [[Wikipedia:Seven_virtues|Seven Holy Virtues]]: [[chastity]], [[abstinence]], [[liberality]], [[diligence]], [[patience]], [[kindness]], and [[humility]]
 
* The [[Wikipedia:Seven_virtues|Seven Holy Virtues]]: [[chastity]], [[abstinence]], [[liberality]], [[diligence]], [[patience]], [[kindness]], and [[humility]]
* The [[Wikipedia:Knightly_Virtues|Knightly or Chivalric Virtues]] vary depending on the period or author, but frequently include [[courage]], [[justice]], [[mercy]], [[generosity]], [[faith]], [[nobility]], and [[hope]].
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* The [[Wikipedia:Knightly_Virtues|Knightly or Chivalric Virtues]] vary depending on the period or author, but frequently include [[courage]], [[justice]], [[mercy]], [[largess|generosity]], [[faith]], [[nobility]], and [[hope]].

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A virtue is a character trait valued as being good. The conceptual opposite of virtue is vice.

The virtues are sometimes referred to as collective groups. Some of these groupings include: