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Aristotle believes that the "golden mean" is a virtuous action between two extreme vices. When Finn lies to the two white men he is acting to try and better his character by finding the "golden mean" of the situation.  Finn acts courageously by finding the courage not to act foolishly (too much courage) or cowardly (too little courage). Courage is the golden mean.

Aristotle believes that the "golden mean" is a virtuous action between two extreme vices. When Finn lies to the two white men he is acting to try and better his character by finding the "golden mean" of the situation. Finn acts courageously by finding the courage not to act foolishly (too much courage) or cowardly (too little courage). Courage is the golden mean.

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

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