Hexis

Hexis (ἕξις) is a relatively stable arrangement or disposition, for example a person`s health or knowledge or character. It is a Greek word, important in the philosophy of Aristotle, and because of this it has become a traditional word of philosophy. It stems from a verb related to possession or `having`, and Jacob Klein, for example, tran......
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Hexis

(Gr. hexis) In Aristotle's philosophy a state or condition of a thing; particularly an acquired disposition or habit, not easily changed, and affecting the welfare of its possessor, such as the moral virtues and the intellectual skills. -- G.R.M.
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