An act of virtue, to become virtuous. In a matter can only consequence withold passion. This is often a reason to get chances into seen opportunity. Whether it is by virtue (Aristotle), by nature (Stoicism) or by general ontology (Christianity) this pretention is always made. Which is by itself; as a consequence; a good thing. The life goes on within this pessimistic enlightenment.
When I look back to the strengthening of the subject by experience. By understanding that the senses are a multiplicity woven into life. Taken up by the copings of our thoughts and synthesized by what we call experience (Immanuel Kant). We have to stand above psychology as a whole. Because only so there is no need to reinvent the past.
There seems to be a persisting need to get rid of consequence as a tool (Anti-Utiliarism). Which means an enduring need for the present as a way of looking forward (Friedrich Nietzsche). More there is not to say about acceptance (Martin Heidegger). I dare to say that consequence by itself can only be stated in the whole as a form of general knowledge (Thomas Hobbes). Which brings me to dismiss any ethical view.
A very confusing stance if you ask me. Because you can't be ethical without asking pessimism (Good Mercy). In all there is; there is a whole that doesn't count. The way it should be as experience independent from any other (Utiliarism). A holeness for setting values (Paul Thagard).