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Civic Personae: Macintyre, Cicero and moral personality

@article{Burchell1998CivicPM,
  title={Civic Personae: Macintyre, Cicero and moral personality},
  author={David Burchell},
  journal={History of Political Thought},
  year={1998},
  volume={19},
  pages={101-118}
}
  • D. Burchell
  • Published 1998
  • Philosophy
  • History of Political Thought
Alisdair ManIntyre's well-known criticism of modern moral philosophy contrasts what he sees as the moral vacuity of modern culture with a �classical tradition' in ethical thought depicted as restoring cohesion and coherence to social striving and ethical life. MacIntyre's stress on the culturally specific circumstances within which ethical imperatives derive their force provides a corrective to unworldly tendancies within post-Kantian moral philosophy, yet his �classical� ethical landscape… 
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