Megalopsychos definition

(in Aristotelian philosophy) Aristotle’s “great-souled man”: an aristocratic paragon who embodies the virtues to an exceptional degree (a figure described chiefly in Aristotle’s Eudemian and Nicomachean Ethics).
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Origin of megalopsychos

  • From the Ancient Greek μεγᾰλόψῡχος (megalopsūkhos, “great-souled man”, “magnanimous one”), from μεγᾰς (megas, “great”) + ψῡχή (psūkhē, “mind”, “spirit”, “soul”).

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