The virtues and vices that comprise one’s moral character are typically understood as dispositions to behave in certain ways in certain sorts of circumstances. For instance, an honest person is disposed to telling the truth when asked. - In 1726, at the age of 20, Benjamin Franklin created a system to develop his character. In his autobiography, Franklin listed his 13 virtues. Adopt useful Virtues›

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