Beyond Virtue: Integrity and Morality

St. Martin's Press (1997)
Virtue ethics or natural law? Most contemporary accounts treat these as rival approaches. This book argues both are necessary since virtue is commitment to objective human goods. It also argues integrity is planning one's life by commitment to reasonableness, rejects traditional natural law and virtue ethics for more deontological accounts of the human good and virtue, and explains human personhood accordingly. Part 2 then analyses Aquinas's accounts of emotion, the body and happiness in terms of integrity.
Keywords Integrity  Virtue  Ethics
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Call number BJ1533.I58.R36 1997
ISBN(s) 0312174853   9780312174859
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