A scholarly, peer-reviewed analysis of the Eight Virtues of Ultima, and the ethical system surrounding them.
Tagged: Eight Virtues
Is it enough to simply reject shame, and being shamed, to follow the path of Honor? Or is there more we should be mindful of?
What can we come to know about Honor, as a virtue, by looking at its negation?
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In which Klingons are referenced.
How Ultima presents the Virtue of Honor (e.g. in the Gypsy questions) often fails to align with how Honor is defined in Ultima lore.
On the importance of forgiveness…and of admitting fault.
Paradoxically, it’s often easier to be virtuous when it comes to the big things, and much more difficult to be virtuous in the little, private details.
Virtue is an interior disposition to do the good…but what if you don’t always perceive that interior call?
In which, somehow, we bring to a close this discussion of the Virtue of Spirituality and the anima technica vacua.
Deathblade Dragon chronicles his struggles with depression, fatherhood, and living according to the Eight Virtues.
The Catholic Bytes podcast recently took a look at the theological virtue of Justice, and there’s more than a bit of their analysis that can be related to the same Ultima Virtue.
Ultima doesn’t adequately represent all of the opposition that exists to each Virtue. Not that it handles anti-virtue badly…it just handles it incompletely.
In which we take a look at the origins of the Eight Virtues of Ultima lore, and discuss the intersection of virtue and law.