How does one lead a life of virtue, or what Seligman calls the “good life”?
Positive psychologists distinguish between six virtues. These are wisdom, courage, humanity, justice, temperance, and transcendence. The virtuous person, then, must be wise; courageous; humane; just; temperate; and/or transcendent.
What does each of the six virtues consist of? Each virtue is further divided into 24 character strengths. Being virtuous thus means having a strong character.
Building strength of character–while requisite for cultivating virtue–may be more diverse and nuanced!