Professor Jeremy Reid publishes edited volume "Virtue and Action"
Professors Jeremy Reid and Julia Annas recently published an edited volume on Rosalind Hursthouse's essays on Aristotle, virtue ethics, and social philosophy.
From the book description:
"This volume brings together a selection of Rosalind Hursthouse's essays on Aristotle, virtue ethics, and social philosophy. These articles provide valuable context and clarification for much of her more famous work while drawing attention to new avenues of philosophical investigation that Hursthouse pursued.
Hursthouse's work played an integral role in establishing virtue ethics as a distinctive approach in ethical theory. This collection includes essays on the development of virtue in children, what the Aristotelian practically wise person knows, how virtue ethicists can inform discussions about environmental and animal ethics, what the starting point for virtue politics should be in a contemporary political context, and how human nature and ethical naturalism could provide the foundation for a virtue ethical system."
To purchase a copy of this volume, visit the publisher's website.