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Social Theory and Practice

A Conference Honoring Edmund L. Pincoffs

Volume 17, Issue 2, Summer 1991
The Nature of Virtue Ethics: Its Political Relevance

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1. Social Theory and Practice: Volume > 17 > Issue: 2
T. K. Seung Introduction
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David Braybrooke No Rules without Virtues: No Virtues without Rules
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Daniel Bonevac Ethical Impressionism: A Response to Braybrooke
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William Galston Toughness as a Political Virtue
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Jarnes S. Fishkin On Squeamishness: A Response to Galston
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T. K. Seung Virtues and Values: A Platonic Account
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J. Budziszewski The Pincovian Persuasion: Six Problems in Virtue Ethics (A Free Response to Seung)
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Elizabeth Wolgast The Virtue of a Representative
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Sanford Levinson The Ambiguity of Political Virtue: A Response to Wolgast
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Paul Woodruff Virtue Ethics and the Appeal to Human Nature
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