Eudaimonia, Arete, and much more...
Maybe #13 could be Isonomia (equality before the law) could make it a baker’s dozen...
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And maybe add krisi to this list — good judgment, including critical thought needed to process all the other terms.
These words all exist in modern Greek where they are used fairly regularly--and with these same meanings, too.
“Paideia” is a rather critical notion, which pervades the Platonic corpus as Werner Jaeger long ago instructed. It can be translated, rather inadequately, as the education required in order to be able to live a developed life.
Thank you for reminding us.
Eunoia: goodwill between a speaker and their audience, or between spouses, or the shortest English words containing all the vowels.
Thanks for the invaluable refresher course. Charles L
Thank you for this illuminating article!
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