Virtue Epistemology: Is there such a thing as a positive/negative spectrum of thinking in pursuit of obtaining knowledge?

Epistemological Ethics or Virtue Epistemology is pretty straight forward - it is the concern of being ethical while pursing knowledge and understanding.

My questions are:
Where is the line between 'positive' and 'negative' thinking? *This also calls into question: morality and ethics.

What would a positive spectrum of thinking look like?

What does positive thinking mean to you. and does your determination consider [religious] faith as a negative?

Is it really negative, if the actions (prevention of actions) in the longevity' prove positive?

Are actions (prevention of actions) not louder than words?
+ No harm no foul, is a rhyme for a reason!

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