Aristotelian Virtue Ethics: After Virtue 2 (Audio) Posted on October 6, 2019 by Political Philosophy: Dr Laurie M Johnson We start with the fundamentals. In order to understand where Alisdair MacIntyre is coming from in After Virtue, we have to understand a few ideas inherited from the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle concerning teleology, man as political, and the meaning of virtue from Aristotle’s perspective. I take a first pass at contrasting Aristotelian thinking with the modern thought that MacIntyre thinks exploded the means of moral agreement within communities. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Thank you for sharing this. In regards to the audio recording, what is the name of the person giving the lecture?
Dr. Laurie M. Johnson
You can see my stuff at http://www.lauriemjohnson.com. Thanks for listening!
Thanks for listening! You can find my work at http://www.lauriemjohnson.com
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Thank you for the link Dr. Johnson. I appreciate your teaching style. You speak very well, which makes it more enjoyable for me to soak up your meaning.