The canonical version of the Ethics of Virtue. (Neo-Aristotelian, chosen among the Stoic, Thomist, Sentimentalism, Nietzche )
1) The moral virtue is the affective or characteristic disposition that rises to act according to the reason and of practical reason, which acquires the intellectual virtue of phronesis.
2)The virtue of phronesis depends on the affective orientation of the moral virtue
3)To form a MV and phronesis, one must be educated to act in reflective mode characteristically or affectively in the same circumstance and motive.
4) The life of virtue is the best available specification of the eudemonism that one desires the successful life by interests in virtue and the exercise of reason, whereby contributes to his or her proper felicity.
5)The felicity and virtue are the actualizations of the rationality, thus they are the specific potential of human nature.