After virtue: a study in moral theory

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Duckworth, 1981 - Ethics - 252 pages
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Review: After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory

User Review  - Giao Nguyen - Goodreads

I'm not convinced about his conclusions, but I did find the discourse on the failures of enlightenment morality intriguing. The analysis of a life versus an act seemed cogent. Enjoyed it immensely. Will have to think about it some more. Read full review

Review: After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory

User Review  - Caleb Downs - Goodreads

While I disagree with MacIntyre's ideal structure for society, I found his diagnosis of modern moral arguments as "incommensurable" to be correct. Further, his genealogy of virtues is fascinating and ... 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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