Is the ideal agent the ideal observer?
Without googling it, I mean the former is the best moral agent, and the latter some meta-ethical (can't recall what meta-ethics) abstraction that judges everyone's agency as moral or immoral. I suppose that the ideal observer may not have agency, even ideally, unlike the ideal agent. But I wondered if any philosopher, explicitly or implicitly, equates the two.
I suppose I'm wondering if we gradually approach them, through virtuous character. Or is there something about personhood that means we both exist in any agency, as potential, ready for resolution, maybe.