Vos = Tú (more casual speaking in most countries)
Usted = Usted (formal speaking in most countries except for central America.
In central america they use Usted even to insult at each other, it is not a polite way to address nobody. They even use more the word Usted than vos or tú between people who are really close to each other.
Your argument is based on how you study the Spanish language but in reality it's not valid.
@Chaddeus_Rex Nikomachean Ethics is in my reading group to do list. I want to do that book as well as Aristotle's Politics. I still want to finish a few more of Plato´s dialogues before that though.
You are wholeheartedly invited to join us for the next two dialogues we'll do: Protagoras and Gorgias. I chose them specifically because Socrates goes up against bad interlocutors and halfwits, and theredpill is filled with bad interlocutors and halfwits so it would give us more tools to deal with them.
@Chaddeus_Rex @Osiris You are both misperceiving temperance as a contextless abstract virtue which you can apply to everything in your life and according to Osiris get good results or Chaddeus_Rex get bad results.
To put it in the shortest way possible, temperance has to do with restraint with regards to alcohol and food. @Chaddeus_Rex if you are currently following a strict diet and not binging on Mcgarbage and cheap vodka you are being a temperate person exercising self control.
Similarly, the opposite of temperate is not aggressive, it's lacking self-control. It's not a condition which helps you accomplish things but a condition where you waste your energy making a fool ofyourself like the hero Ajax who - blinded with rage - killed a bunch of sheep then committed suicide.