He claimed that the best can be found halfway between the two extremes - lack and excess.
Treat others like you'd like to be treated: Mother Teresa, I believe
No. They have similar names, but share little else in common. Christianity's Golden Rule tells us to "do unto others as we would have them do unto us" (cf. Matthew 7:12), whereas Aristotle's Golden Mean is a doctrine that states that every virtue (= good habit) is situated in between two extremes, one by way of excess, and another by way of defect, both of which are vices (= bad habits); for example, fortitude (= bravery) is situated between the extremes of cowardice (defect) and temerity (excess), and both of these excesses are vices.
nobody said there wasn't a golden rule
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Which golden rule are you talking about.
Aristotle came up with the rule by few, rule by one, and the rule by many.
Aristotle distinguished three distinct types of government. They included monarchy, rule by one, polity, rule by many, and aristocracy, rule by the best men.
That Golden Rule was created on 2009-08-23.
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