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BISAC: Philosophy / Ethics & Moral Philosophy
Virtue Ethics is the ethics of character and character formation and for this reason is sometimes described as agent-centred to contrast it with rule-based ethical theories. The agent here is the person who is choosing to pursue some end and doing so for good reasons. So a virtue is usually defined as either a disposition of character or an inclination of character, the first definition highlighting the habitual nature of the virtues, and the second, the link between virtue and will.
- Aristotelean Virtue Ethics
- MacIntyre’s Virtue Ethics
- Philippa Foot’s Virtue Ethics
- Christian Virtue Ethics
- Applied Virtue Ethics
- Evaluating Virtue Ethics
- The Four Questions Revisited
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