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PHIL 6239 : Virtue Ethics
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Historical and/or contemporary approaches to virtue ethics and key readings in the virtue ethical tradition. Topics include empirical work on virtue in philosophy and psychology, the divide between “radical” virtue ethics and contemporary virtue ethics, “hybrid” approaches to virtue ethics (e.g., consequentialist virtue ethics), and meta-ethical issues relevant to the study of virtue.
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