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Virtue: A Normative Concept
By Gilbert Meilaender, Science of Virtues Scholar Valparaiso University In order to think about the possibility of a science of virtues, we must, of course, reflect on what we mean by virtue. In the simplest sense virtues are dispositions to act in certain

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  • 03-15-2011 11:47 AM

    Anna Gomberg

    By Gilbert Meilaender, Science of Virtues Scholar Valparaiso University In order to think about the possibility of a science of virtues, we must, of course, reflect on what we mean by virtue. In the simplest sense virtues are dispositions to act in certain
  • 03-31-2011 11:55 AM

    Alesha Seroczynski

    So, I've been thinking a good deal about the questions you raised in your excellent presentation in Chicago two weeks ago, Gil. Specifically, I been mentally searching for one single example in any piece of (fiction) literature where immortality is
  • 04-01-2011 1:33 PM

    Gilbert Meilaender

    A quick response to Alesha, though she has raised more questions than I can adequately answer: I’d want to be a little careful about how I framed the claim that there’s no piece of literature in which immortality is considered good and desirable. There
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