Virtue: Quiz

Question 1: In the ________, Aristotle defined a virtue as a balance point between a deficiency and an excess of a trait.
Aristotelian ethicsPeripatetic schoolNicomachean EthicsOn the Soul

Question 2:
Who played Detective MacKenzie the movie Virtue?
Pat O'Brien
Willard Robertson
Ward Bond
Willard Robertson

Question 3:
What role did Jack La Rue play in the movie Virtue?
Jimmy Doyle
Toots O'Neil
Detective MacKenzie

Question 4: The repeated injunctions of the Law and the ________ that the widow, the orphan and the stranger should be protected show how deeply, it is argued, the feeling of compassion was rooted in the hearts of the righteous in ancient Israel.

Question 5:
Who played Jimmy Doyle the movie Virtue?
Pat O'Brien
Pat O'Brien
Jack La Rue
Willard Robertson

Question 6: In Hagakure, the quintessential book of the ________, Yamamoto Tsunetomo encapsulates his views on 'virtue' in the four vows he makes daily:
SamuraiJapanEdo periodMiyamoto Musashi

Question 7: ________ held that her morality, the morality of reason, is contained in a single axiom: existence exists—and in a single choice: to live.
Objectivism (Ayn Rand)Objectivist movementBibliography for Ayn Rand and ObjectivismAyn Rand

Question 8: Buddhist practice as outlined in the ________ can be regarded as a progressive list of virtues.
BuddhismHouseholder (Buddhism)Noble Eightfold PathNirvana

Question 9: Post ________, the words of Rabbi Hillel are frequently quoted in public lectures and interviews around the world by the prominent writer on comparative religion Karen Armstrong.
Osama bin LadenUnited Airlines Flight 93September 11 attacksAl-Qaeda

Question 10: Confucian moral manifestations of "virtue" include ren ("humanity"), xiao ("________"), and zhong ("loyalty").
Filial pietyMarriageMotherFamily name

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