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Alasdair MacIntyre
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Whose Justice Which Rationality
[This book] develops an account of rationality and justice that is tradition specific. -http://undpress.nd.edu. Whose Justice? Which Rationality?, the sequel to After Virtue, is a persuasive argument of there not…
Whose Justice Which Rationality
[This book] develops an account of rationality and justice that is tradition specific. -http://undpress.nd.edu. Whose Justice? Which Rationality?, the sequel to After Virtue, is a persuasive argument of there not…
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First principles final ends
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After Virtue
A disquieting suggestion — The nature of moral disagreement today and the claims of emotivism — Emotivism: social content and social context — The predecessor culture and the enlightenment project…
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Ethics And Politics
Alasdair MacIntyre is one of the most creative and important philosophers working today. This volume presents a selection of his classic essays on ethics and politics collected together for the…
Three Rival Versions of Moral Enquiry
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Unconscious
Alasdair MacIntyre argues that Freud’s conception of the unconscious is complicated by his tendency to use the term in two different ways. MacIntyre shows how Freud uses the term “unconscious”…
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After Virtue
“When After Virtue first appeared in 1981, it was recognized as a significant and potentially controversial critique of contemporary moral philosophy. Newsweek called it “a stunning new study of ethics…
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Dependent Rational Animals Why Human Beings Need The Virtues
According to the author of “After Virtue, ” to flourish, humans need to develop virtues of independent thought and acknowledged social dependence. This book presents the moral philosopher’s comparison of…