After virtue: a study in moral theory

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Duckworth, 1981 - Ethics - 252 pages
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MacIntyre resurrected a virtue-based ethics and tied it to politics and society in an interesting way -- through narrative -- in order to connect Catholic thought, progressive politics, and democracy. His vision of community is interesting, but not, I think, altogether complete. Read full review

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User Review  - johnredmond - LibraryThing

Reading this was one of those "aha!" moments for me. I am convinced that some sort of virtue-based approach to ethics is not only traditional, but evangelically fruitful in a modern culture which conditions its members to reflexively resist "rules". Read full review

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The Nature of Moral Disagreement Today and
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Social Content and Social Context
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The Predecessor Culture and the Enlightenment Project
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