Traducción de cardinal virtue en Español:

cardinal virtue

virtud cardinal, n.

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    virtud cardinal femenino
    • That is the world-wide source that subverts not only the cardinal virtue of justice but prudence, temperance and fortitude as well.
    • During the homily, I noticed that each of the four cardinal virtues was represented by its own clerestory window and that the comfortable pew seat I had chosen faced the most beclouded of them, justice.
    • That it had a central position in every ethical action he demonstrated by appealing to the cardinal virtues of justice, prudence, self-control, and courage.
    • As we saw in the previous talk, the cardinal virtues provide moral strength of character in the workplace but just being ethical isn't enough.
    • To walk in the right path one has not to hear the sermons but to see the living examples of cardinal virtues.
    • The cardinal virtues enable leaders to habitually incorporate moral principles in their behaviour.
    • It's easy to convert the seven deadly sins to pop art-but what about the four cardinal virtues outlined in the Book of Wisdom?
    • Plato first formulated the four cardinal virtues: prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance.
    • They took him to be endowed in the first place with the four cardinal virtues of wisdom, justice, courage and temperance - the virtues that Cicero (following Plato) had begun by singling out in the opening book of De Officiis.
    • The final cardinal virtue, temperance, involves balance and moderation.
    • John L. Frank said, ‘I remember Ernest once teaching us that the Christian virtue par excellence was not a theological virtue like faith, hope, or charity, nor was it a cardinal virtue like fortitude, temperance, justice, or prudence.’
    • The seven deadly sins and their antitheses, the four cardinal virtues and three heavenly graces, provide the book's organising principle.
    • One of the author's most helpful analyses is based on the four cardinal virtues of prudence, fortitude, justice and temperance.
    • Tolkien's heroes use ancient weapons against evil: they strive for and often exemplify the cardinal virtues of wisdom, justice, courage, and temperance.
    • The moral bedrock lies in four cardinal virtues: prudence, justice, courage, and temperance.
    • As one of the four cardinal virtues of the Middle Ages, prudence was traditionally composed of three parts: memory, intelligence, and foresight.
    • Democracy only works in a culture that has at least mastered the cardinal virtues of prudence, justice, temperance, and fortitude.
    • Such sacrificial loyalty might appear on the surface to demonstrate a lack of temperance - one of the cardinal virtues.
    • Prudence, temperance, justice, courage - excellence in all four cardinal virtues heightens excellence in married love.
    • A realistic sense of the boundaries of the humanly possible in given situations is not foreign to the classic moral tradition of the West; prudence, after all, is one of the cardinal virtues.