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Aristotle on the golden mean. (en.wikipedia.org)
submitted 7 months ago by HibikiBlack
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I think when it comes to the propaganda the elites force on us, people fail to check the different sides of the extremes and fall for the right and left divide too easily, Aristotle had some good ideas about seeing things from a medium perspective.
The golden mean is related to Aristotle's themes about the virtues, he said that too much of something can turn ugly by itself, like being too reckless when compared to being a coward, so the ideal virtue is somewhere around the middle.