Aristotle Virtuousness Test
From the makers of the best seller 'Personality Psychology Pro' another interesting title about ethics and virtues called 'Aristotle Virtuousness Test'.
This program is a simple 11 step test which determines how much virtuous you are according to Aristotle*. (*It's the world known Ancient Greek Philosopher, Plato's student.) This test should be done by someone who knows you very well. (E.g.: Family, partner, friend..)
Don't do it yourself! After the test you will be given a score out of 100. Then you will be given detailed stats of what should be done to correct your flaws according to Aristotle.
VIRTUES ARISTOTLE FOUND:Every word used in the test is explained by Aristotle's original text (Translated into English) E.g. here Aristotle explains Courage:
► Good Temper
► Justice (Not used in the test)
Aristotle: (Nicomachean Ethics, 330 BC) VIRTUE: COURAGE
The man who exceeds in fear is a coward; for he fears both what he ought not and as he ought not, and all the similar characterizations attach to him. He is lacking also in confidence; but he is more conspicuous for his excess of fear in painful situations. The coward, then, is a despairing sort of person; for he fears everything. The brave man, on the other hand, has the opposite disposition; for confidence is the mark of a hopeful disposition...