Practical intelligence and the virtues [Texte imprimé] / Daniel C. Russell.

ISBN: 978-0-19-956579-5 (rel)
Note de bibliographie: Bibliogr. p. [415]-428. Notes en bas de page. Index.
Table des matières: P. 1 1, Practical intelligence and the virtues : an aristotelian approach P. 4 . 1.1, Deliberation P. 13 1.2, Phronesis P. 31 1.3, The phronesis controversy P. 35 Part I, Phronesis, virtue and right action P. 37 2, Right action for virtue ethics P. 39 2.1, Right action and serious practical concerns P. 44 2.2, Two constraints on right action P. 46 2.3, Must virtue ethics accept the act constraint ? P. 65 2.4, Can virtue ethics accept the act constraint ? P. 72 3, Right action and virtuous motives P. 74 3.1, The structure of agent-based virtue ethics P. 77 3.2, Virtuous acts and virtous motivations P. 86 3.3, Why virtues are virtues P. 95 3.4, Reasons for virtue P. 103 4, Right action and 'the virtuous person' P. 104 4.1, Doing without 'the virtuous person' P. 112 4.2, 'Virtuous enough' P. 123 4.3, Ideals and aspirations P. 130 4.4, Virtues, persons and 'the virtuous person' P. 135 4.5, Representing 'the virtuous person' P. 143 Part II, The enumeration problem P. 145 5, The enumeration problem P. 145 5.1, The enumeration problem : an introduction P. 161 5.2, Enumeration and overall virtuous actions P. 166 5.3, Enumeration and overall virtuous persons P. 172 5.4, Enumeration and naturalism P. 177 6, Individuating the virtues P. 178 6.1, From individuation to emuneration P. 188 6.2, 'The same reasons' P. 196 6.3, Reasons, individuation and cardinality P. 204 6.4, Implications for hard virtue ethics P. 209 7, Magnificence, generosity and subordination P. 212 7.1, Magnificence as a virtue P. 217 7.2, Subordination, specialization and cardinality P. 221 7.3, Alternatives to the subordination view P. 237 Part III, Situations, dispositions and virtues P. 239 8, Situations and braod-based dispositions P. 243 8.1, Situationism and dispositionism P. 252 8.2, Situationism and personality P. 263 8.3, Idiographic predictions of consistency P. 268 9, Situations and dispositions : examining the evidence P. 269 9.1, How to test braod-based dispositions for cross-situational consistency P. 273 9.2, Putting dispositions to the test : four representative experiments P. 278 9.3, Interpreting the findings P. 292 10, From situationism to virtue theory P. 295 10.1, Situationism : from empirical to philosophical psychology P. 304 10.2, Situationism and virtue theory : normative adequacy P. 306 10.3, From common sense to virtue theory ? P. 314 10.4, Out-sourcing the empirical work ? P. 323 10.5, A cognitive-affective approach to the virtues P. 333 Part IV, Defending hard virtue theory P. 335 11, Phronesis and the unity of the virtues P. 339 11.1, The unity of which virtues ? P. 355 11.2, What unifies the virtues ? P. 362 11.3, Atributive and model theses P. 374 12, Responsibility for character P. 374 12.1, Depth, self-construction and responsibility P. 380 12.2, On responsibility and 'ultimate responsibility' for character P. 388 12.3, What is critical distance ? P. 392 12.4, From critical distance to responsibility P. 404 12.5, Objections to the critical distance view
Sujet: Vertu ; Morale
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