The second is the practically wise agent’s capacity to recognisesome features of a situation as more important than others, or indeed,in that situation, as the only relevant ones. The wise do not seethings in the same way as the nice adolescents who, with theirunder-developed virtues, still tend to see the personally disadvantageousnature of a certain action as competing in importance with its honestyor benevolence or justice.


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