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Right counseling. The virtue that disposes a person to seek good counsel in human conduct, and to accept this counsel when given. It is one of the necessary conditions for prudence and is excellence in deliberation. (Etym. Latin eubulia, aptitude, capacity, talent; the virtue of good counsel.)
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