Virtue Ethics: A Critical Reader
edited by Daniel Statman
Georgetown University Press, 1997
Paper: 978-0-87840-221-2
Library of Congress Classification BJ1531.V57 1997
Dewey Decimal Classification 179.9

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This book offers a clear and systematic introduction to virtue ethics, a topic which has inspired one of the most interesting contemporary debates in ethical theory—the question of whether virtues can replace duties as the primary notion in ethical theory.

The volume comprises an introduction to virtue ethics by Daniel Statman and a collection of the most important essays published on the topic in the last decade. The essays encompass a wide range of aspects: the difference between virtue ethics and traditional duty ethics; arguments for and against virtue ethics; the practical implications of virtue ethics; and Aristotelian and Kantian attitudes towards virtue ethics.


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