(especially among the scholastics) any moral virtue of which humankind is capable, especially the cardinal virtues: justice, temperance, prudence, and fortitude.
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- natural science,
- natural selection,
- natural slope,
- natural theology,
- natural varnish,
- natural virtues,
- natural wastage,
Compare theological virtue.
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(esp among the scholastics) those virtues of which man is capable without direct help from God, specifically justice, temperance, prudence, and fortitudeCompare theological virtues
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