virtue

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} fazilet

Fazilet onun kendi mükafatıdır. - Virtue is its own reward.

{i} meziyet

Sabır, gücümün yetmediği bir meziyettir. - Patience is a virtue that I can't afford.

erdem

Bugünlerde sabır nadir bir erdemdir. - Patience is a rare virtue these days.

Özür dilemek büyük bir erdemdir. - Apologizing is a great virtue.

{i} erdem, fazilet: Humility is the essence of virtue. Alçakgönüllülük erdemin özüdür
{i} meziyet: One of the virtues of this type of
{i} üstünlük
tesirsiz
erdemlilik
(Kanun) şiddet
(Kanun) cebir
{i} etki
avantaj
nedeniyle
iyi ahlâk doğruluk
tesir
make a virtue of necessity lâzım olan şeyi seve seve yapmak
{i} iffet
{i} namus

Leyla'nın namusu ele geçirilemezdi. - Layla's virtue was impregnable.

Leyla namusunu kaybetti. - Layla lost her virtue.

hasiyet
gerekli olan şeyden fazilet çıkarmak
dolayı

O sıkı çalışma ve iyi iş duygusundan dolayı zengin oldu. - She became rich by virtue of hard work and good business sense.

ismet
binaen
önemli özellik
değerli özellik
(Kanun) zor
güç

Sakinlik, güçlünün bir erdemidir. - Calm is a virtue of the strong.

yararlı özellik
yarar
fayda
virtue ethic
erdem ahlaki
by virtue of
-den dolayı
by virtue of
den dolayı
by the virtue of
den dolayı
by the virtue of
vasıtasıyla
by virtue
(Politika, Siyaset) gereğince
by virtue
(Politika, Siyaset) hükmünce
by virtue of
vasıtasıyla
by virtue of
binaen
by virtue of
(Kanun) mucibince
by virtue of
yüzünden
a paragon of virtue
fazilet örneği
by virtue of
-in sayesinde
by virtue of the fact th
den
Patience is a virtue
(Atasözü) Sabır erdemdir
by virtue hereof
bu belgenin verdiği yetkiye dayanarak
civic virtue
Medenî erdem
excellence, virtue
mükemmellik, erdem
virtu
güzel sanatlar sevgisi
by virtue of
nedeniyle
by virtue of
(isim)deniyle
by virtue of duty
(Kanun) vazife sebebiyle
by virtue of law
kanuna binaen
by virtue of the fact th
-den
by virtue of the merger
(Ticaret) birleşme nedeniyle
liable by virtue of law
(Kanun) kanunen mesul
paragon of virtue
fazilet örneği
virtu
nadirlik ve güzellik
virtu
articles of virtu güzel sanat eserleri
virtu
{i} güzel sanat eserleri
virtu
güzellik
virtu
ince sanat eserleri
virtu
güzel sanat
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Strength; energy; force
excellence in morals
the second level of angels, ranked above angels and below archangels
A good habit
a good model quality
chastity and faithfulness
an exemplary quality

There were divers other plants, which I had no notion of or understanding about, that might, perhaps, have virtues of their own, which I could not find out.

The virtue of something is an advantage or benefit that it has, especially in comparison with something else. There was no virtue in returning to Calvi the way I had come
{n} moral goodness, force, efficacy, valor
a power or habit of doing good -
Virtue is thinking and doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong. She could have established her own innocence and virtue easily enough. = goodness vice
A exceptional advantage enjoyed by a character (Note Virtues are not necessarily virtuous e g The Blackmail virtue indicates that you are in the position to blackmail someone ) A character's virtues must be matched by Flaws
Energy or influence operating without contact of the material or sensible substance
any admirable quality or attribute; "work of great merit"
One of the orders of the celestial hierarchy
in ethics, a morally good character trait, such ;as honesty, courage, or integrity
the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong
Specifically, moral excellence; integrity of character; purity of soul; performance of duty
If you make a virtue of something, you pretend that you did it because you chose to, although in fact you did it because you had to. The movie makes a virtue out of its economy. Practical dispositions in conformity with standards of excellence or with principles of practical reason. The seven cardinal virtues of the Christian tradition include the four "natural," or cardinal, virtues, those inculcated in the old pagan world that spring from the common endowment of humanity, and the three "theological" virtues, those specifically prescribed in Christianity and arising as special gifts from God. The natural virtues are prudence, temperance, fortitude, and justice; this enumeration, said to go back to Socrates, is found in Plato and Aristotle. To these St. Paul added the theological virtues of faith, hope, and love virtues which, in Christian teaching, do not originate naturally in humanity but are instead imparted by God through Christ and then practiced by the believer
Specifically: Chastity; purity; especially, the chastity of women; virginity
A particular moral excellence; as, the virtue of temperance, of charity, etc
Manly strength or courage; bravery; daring; spirit; valor
a trait of character that is to be admired and desired because it is a constituent of human excellence
Excellence; value; merit; meritoriousness; worth
Active quality or power; capacity or power adequate to the production of a given effect; energy; strength; potency; efficacy; as, the virtue of a medicine
You use by virtue of to explain why something happens or is true. The article stuck in my mind by virtue of one detail
the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong morality with respect to sexual relations
chastity and faithfullness
"1 a : conformity to a standard of right : MORALITY"
initiates the unity of goodness, greatness etc in one good, great, etc substance
{i} goodness; uprightness, integrity; morality (especially in sexual conduct); good quality
an excellence of moral or intellectual character Plato, Aristotle and many subsequent philosophers explored the nature of the virtues, their relations among themselves and to non-virtuous states, their place in our psychology and their role in achieving happiness Virtues offer a basis for ethical life rivalling those provided by Kantian principles or a utilitarian calculation of happiness, although an account of ethics might reasonably include principles, consequences and virtues A recent revival of virtue ethics has been motivated in part by dissatisfaction with the abstract universal nature of the main alternative views The emphasis on cultivating virtues in concrete human individuals could correct this, but it is not clear that a perfectionist concern for individual excellence is satisfactory to ground ethics
s síla
a particular moral excellence
The quality of living by one's stated moral values A person has virtue if they are fair, honest, responsible, and beneficent
morality with respect to sexual relations
A virtue is a good quality or way of behaving. His virtue is patience Humility is considered a virtue
morality
virtue name
a Puritan given name, such as Hope or Charity, derived from one of the Christian virtues
virtue claim
ideological request
virtue ethics
holds that people should strive to develop good moral characters or to be virtuous people One can acquire these good moral characters, otherwise known as virtues, through education, training, and practice Since virtues psychological and behavioral habits, constant practice is the key to becoming virtuous A person becomes virtuous by repeatedly performing the right acts for the right reasons Some frequently mentioned virtues include courage, compassion, sympathy, honesty, charity, humility, patience, loyalty, justice, forgiveness, moderation, and integrity
virtue ethics
Normative theory that all moral value is derived from the character of moral agents Aristotle and many medieval Christians assumed that the acquisition of virtue is the proper goal of human conduct, though they differed significantly in their valuation of particular virtues Rejecting the impersonality of moral judgments in the ethical theories of Kant and Mill, contemporary virtue ethicists emphasize the achievement of a meaningful life Recommended Reading: Nichomachean Ethics, tr by Terence Irwin (Hackett, 1985) {at Amazon com}; Virtue Ethics, ed by Roger Crisp and Michael Slote (Oxford, 1997) {at Amazon com}; Virtue Ethics: A Critical Reader, ed by Daniel Statman (Georgetown, 1997) {at Amazon com}; Rosalind Hursthouse, On Virtue Ethics (Oxford, 2000) {at Amazon com}; and Christine McKinnon, Character, Virtue Theories, and the Vices (Broadview, 1999) {at Amazon com} Also see IEP, noesis, and Moira M Walsh
virtue ethics
normative ethical theories in which the cultivation of certain virtues plays a central role
virtue ethics
in ethics, the position that the moral life should be concerned with cultivating a virtuous character rather than following rules of action
virtue ethics
any theory that sees the primary focus of ethics to be the character of the person rather than that person's actions or duties
virtue ethics
Approach to ethics that takes the notion of virtue (often conceived as excellence) as fundamental. Virtue ethics is primarily concerned with traits of character that are essential to human flourishing, not with the enumeration of duties. It falls somewhat outside the traditional dichotomy between deontological ethics and consequentialism: It agrees with consequentialism that the criterion of an action's being morally right or wrong lies in its relation to an end that has intrinsic value, but more closely resembles deontological ethics in its view that morally right actions are constitutive of the end itself and not mere instrumental means to the end. See also eudaemonism
virtue is its own reward
a good deed provides its own reward, satisfaction from doing a good deed is the reward
by virtue of
because of; on the grounds of; by reason of; due to; based on
dormitive virtue
A type of tautology in which an item is being explained in terms of the item itself, only put in different (usually more abstract) words
in virtue of
by virtue of
make a virtue of necessity
To make the best of a difficult situation; to recast or portray an action or situation in which one has no alternatives as an action or situation which was deliberately chosen on its merits

Nietzsche, as I gather, regarded the slave-morality as having been invented and imposed on the world by slaves making a virtue of necessity and a religion of their servitude.

virtu
Knowledge of the fine arts
virtu
objets d'art collectively
virtu
rare, curious, or beautiful quality
by virtue of
Because or as a result of
civic virtue
Civic virtue is the cultivation of habits of personal living that are claimed to be important for the success of the community. The identification of the character traits that constitute civic virtue has been a major concern of political philosophy. The term civility refers to behaviour between persons and groups that conforms to a social (ie. "civil") mode, as itself being a foundational principle of society and law
in virtue of
Because or as a result of
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"1 a : conformity to a standard of right : MORALITY"
------virtue
The quality of living by one's stated moral values A person has virtue if they are fair, honest, responsible, and beneficent
------virtue
morality with respect to sexual relations
------virtue
in ethics, a morally good character trait, such ;as honesty, courage, or integrity
------virtue
the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong
------virtue
a particular moral excellence
------virtue
an excellence of moral or intellectual character Plato, Aristotle and many subsequent philosophers explored the nature of the virtues, their relations among themselves and to non-virtuous states, their place in our psychology and their role in achieving happiness Virtues offer a basis for ethical life rivalling those provided by Kantian principles or a utilitarian calculation of happiness, although an account of ethics might reasonably include principles, consequences and virtues A recent revival of virtue ethics has been motivated in part by dissatisfaction with the abstract universal nature of the main alternative views The emphasis on cultivating virtues in concrete human individuals could correct this, but it is not clear that a perfectionist concern for individual excellence is satisfactory to ground ethics
------virtue
a trait of character that is to be admired and desired because it is a constituent of human excellence
------virtue
A exceptional advantage enjoyed by a character (Note Virtues are not necessarily virtuous e g The Blackmail virtue indicates that you are in the position to blackmail someone ) A character's virtues must be matched by Flaws
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merit: any admirable quality or attribute; "work of great merit"
------virtue
initiates the unity of goodness, greatness etc in one good, great, etc substance
------virtue
a power or habit of doing good -
by virtue of
{e} because of -, due to -; based on -
by virtue of law
because of the law, via the power of the law
cardinal virtue
one of the four important elements of good character (prudence, fortitude, justice, temperance)
cardinal virtue
one of the seven preeminent virtues
cardinal virtue
One of the four paramount virtues in classical philosophy: justice, prudence, fortitude, or temperance
gang of virtue
group of people who believe their actions to be just and righteous when they are actually evil (taken from Conrad's novella "The Heart of Darkness" - usually used to describe politicians, etc.)
lady of easy virtue
a slut, a prostitute
make a virtue of necessity
make a duty into something attractive, make responsibility appear desirable
natural virtue
(scholasticism) one of the four virtues (prudence and justice and fortitude and temperance) derived from nature
natural virtue
Cardinal virtue
paragon of virtue
perfect example of moral excellence
theological virtue
according to Christian ethics: one of the three virtues (faith and hope and charity) created by God to round out the natural virtues
virtu
A love of the fine arts; a taste for curiosities
virtu
{i} objects of fine art; love of fine art
virtu
love of or taste for fine objects of art
virtu
objet d'art collectively (especially fine antiques)
virtu
artistic quality
virtu
objet d'art collectively (especially fine antiques) artistic quality love of or taste for fine objects of art
virtues
plural of virtue
virtues
Magickal properties of objects like herbs, stones, and creatures as was assigned to them during their divine creation
virtues
Following Plato -- The Cardinal Virtues are: Temperance, the unique virtue of the artisan class; courage, the virtue peculiar to the military class; and wisdom characterizes the rulers Justice, the fourth virtue, characterizes society as a whole Christianity adds three more virtues: Faith, Hope and Charity (Love)
virtues
Another name for the Angelic Choir operating in the world of Yetzirah
virtues
Attributes, morals or ethics
virtues
Aristotle defined a virtue as "an habitual disposition to act well" A virtue is a character trait that motivates a person to act in patterns that achieve the good
virtue
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