By Julia Peters

By bringing jointly influential critics of neo-Aristotelian advantage ethics and a few of the most powerful defenders of an Aristotelian process, this assortment presents a clean evaluate of the strengths and weaknesses of Aristotelian advantage ethics and its modern interpretations. participants seriously speak about and re-assess the neo-Aristotelian paradigm which has been foremost within the philosophical discourse on advantage for the previous 30 years.

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