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In Ancient Greek society the noble person was a person who has or shows high moral standards or is praiseworthy. Aristotle believes that when someone does things for the most beautiful person possible the actions are the most virtuous and prove the actual noble person.
The German philosopher Nietzsche views: A noble person isn't conceited and is involved in an experimental project of high moral standards that leads him to a good and healthy life. He also believes a noble person may also suffer greatly, but will bear it for the interest of the higher purpose.
Sources •"What Is a Noble Person?" EHow. Demand Media, 22 Oct. 2009. Web. 09 Dec. 2014.
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