Aristotle’s virtues were intended to govern the activities of everyday life in Ancient Athens. Cultivating these virtues was essential for reaching eudaimonia in his society. Things have changed a
lot since then: slavery is outlawed and women have a lot more rights. Modern technology has changed the ways that we communicate and it has also created a lot of new activities. Perhaps if
Aristotle were alive today his set of virtues would look a bit different. update Aristotle’s virtues to better guide us toward eudaimonia in today’s world. • Describe a virtue that governs a new
activity of everyday life that is not present in
Aristotle’s list of virtues.