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This is the 3rd edition with a publication date of 3/1/2007.
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Alasdair Maclntyre is research professor of philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.
Table of Contents
|Prologue: After Virtue after a Quarter of a Century||p. ix|
|A Disquieting Suggestion||p. 1|
|The Nature of Moral Disagreement Today and the Claims of Emotivism||p. 6|
|Emotivism: Social Content and Social Context||p. 23|
|The Predecessor Culture and the Enlightenment Project of Justifying Morality||p. 36|
|Why the Enlightenment Project of Justifying Morality Had to Fail||p. 51|
|Some Consequences of the Failure of the Enlightenment Project||p. 62|
|'Fact', Explanation and Expertise||p. 79|
|The Character of Generalizations in Social Science and their Lack of Predictive Power||p. 88|
|Nietzsche or Aristotle?||p. 109|
|The Virtues of Heroic Societies||p. 121|
|The Virtues of Athens||p. 131|
|Aristotle's Account of the Virtues||p. 146|
|Medieval Aspects and Occasions||p. 165|
|The Nature of the Virtues||p. 181|
|The Virtues, the Unity of a Human Life and the Concept of a Tradition||p. 204|
|From the Virtues to Virtue and after Virtue||p. 226|
|Justice as a Virtue: Changing Conceptions||p. 244|
|After Virtue: Nietzsche or Aristotle, Trotsky and St. Benedict||p. 256|
|Postscript to the Second Edition||p. 264|
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