Aristotle mentions that one is not good or bad by nature, but rather one becomes

Aristotle mentions that one is not good or bad by nature, but rather one becomes good or virtuous by habituation and that once habituated to a life of virtue, one will then live a self-sufficiently happy and fulfilling life. Is Aristotle right here? Or is it the case that “bad seeds,” i.e. people who are simply born bad, exist? Also, is it possible, as Aristotle suggests, that we can raise children to find pleasure in the right things (i.e. virtuous and just actions) and find pain in the wrong things (i.e. unjust and vicious actions), or are we just born with “hard-wired” inclinations that we don’t have full control over?
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