Synopses & Reviews
This major collection of essays offers the first serious challenge to the traditional view that ancient and modern ethics are fundamentally opposed.
Table of Contents
Part I. Deliberation and Moral Development: 1. Deliberation and moral development in Aristotle's ethics John McDowell; 2. Making room for character Barbara Herman; Part II. Eudaimonism: 3. Kant's criticisms of Eudaimonism T. H. Irwin; 4. Happiness and the highest good in Aristotle and Kant Stephen Engstrom; Part III. Self-Love and Self-Worth: 5. Self-love, self-benevolence, and self-conceit Allen W. Wood; 6. Self-love and authoritative virtue: Prolegomenon to a Kantian reading of Eudemian Ethics VIII 3 Jennifer Whiting; Part IV. Practical Reason and Moral Psychology: 7. From duty and for the sake of the noble: Kant and Aristotle on morally good action Christine M. Korsgaard; 8. Aristotle and Kant on morality and practical reasoning Julia Annas; Part V. Stoicism: 9. Eudaimonism, the appeal to nature, and 'Moral Duty' in Stoicism John M. Cooper; 10. Kant and Stoic ethics J. B. Schneewind.