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Midwest Studies in Philosophy

Volume 13, 1988
Ethical Theory: Character and Virtue

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Fred Feldman On the Advantages of Cooperativeness
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David B. Wong On Flourishing and Finding One's Identity in Community
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Richard J. Regan, S.J. Virtue, Religion, and Civic Culture
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Michael Davis Civic Virtue, Corruption, and the Structure of Moral Theories
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Laurence Thomas Moral Motivation: Kantians versus Humeans (and Evolution)
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Michael Slote Utilitarian Virtue
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Peter Railton How Thinking about Character and Utilitarianism Might Lead to Rethinking the Character of Utilitarianism
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David K. O'Connor Aristotelian Justice as a Personal Virtue
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David Solomon Internal Objections to Virtue Ethics
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