عنوان مقاله [English]
controlled Intellectual virtues are stable traits of human ego, that are used to examine the truth (the preoccupation of the mind). Zagzebski considered intellectual virtues to be the characteristics of an admirable intellectual personality that have two components of motivation and credible success. This article seeks to look at the nature of intellectual virtues and their educational implications in the teaching of thought through an analytical approach from Zagzebsky's perspective. While analyzes show that Admirable personality traits that are sufficiently acquired and controlled by the cognitive factor are valuable in themselves and should be developed with principles such as direct reference to examples, emphasis on the psycho-motivational structure of individuals and their admiration, the growth of critical thinking. He taught philosophy, creative creativity, and methods such as reading, narration, and direct imitation of virtues and virtues.