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  1. Dependent Rational Animals: Why Human Beings Need the Virtues (The Paul Carus Lectures) by Alasdair MacIntyre, 2001-05-18
  2. Three Rival Versions of Moral Enquiry: Encyclopaedia, Genealogy, and Tradition by Alasdair MacIntyre, 1991-08-31
  3. The Macintyre Reader by Alasdair C. MacIntyre, 1998-12
  4. Ethics and Politics: Volume 2: Selected Essays by Alasdair MacIntyre, 2006-06-19
  5. A Short History of Ethics: A History of Moral Philosophy from the Homeric Age to the Twentieth Century by Alasdair C. MacIntyre, 1998-02
  6. Whose Justice Which Rationality by Alasdair MacIntyre, 1989-12-31
  7. After Virtue. A Study in Moral Theory. Second Edition. by Alasdair MacIntyre, 1987
  8. Edith Stein: The Philosophical Background by Alasdair Macintyre, 2007-07-08
  9. Intractable Disputes about the Natural Law: Alasdair MacIntyre and Critics
  10. Edith Stein: A Philosophical Prologue, 1913D1922 by Alasdair MacIntyre, 2007-05-15
  11. The Tasks of Philosophy: Volume 1: Selected Essays by Alasdair MacIntyre, 2006-06-19
  12. Alasdair MacIntyre (Contemporary Philosophy in Focus)
  13. Alasdair MacIntyre's Engagement with Marxism: Selected Writings, 1953-1974 (Historical Materialism Book Series) by Alasdair MacIntyre, 2009-09-01
  14. The Unconscious: A Conceptual Analysis by Alasdair MacIntyre, 2004-03-26

1. Alasdair MacIntyre
A Bibliography of the Works of My interest in Alasdair MacIntyre extends back to the late 1960s when I first read his book on Marxism and Christianity. Since then I have followed his writings with great interest.
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My interest in Alasdair MacIntyre extends back to the late 1960s when I first read his book on Marxism and Christianity. Since then I have followed his writings with great interest. The attached bibliography is a result of this interest. Errors or omissions should be sent to: webphilosopher
The bibliography will be regularly updated. William Hughes
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University of Guelph
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2. Alasdair MacIntyre
Bibliography and links page maintained by Thomas McCasland.Category Society Philosophy Philosophers MacIntyre, Alasdair......Alasdair MacIntyre. Material I have written on MacIntyre. Kant and Virtue In Defenseof Alasdair MacIntyre's Virtue Ethics. . The Rationality of Traditions. .
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Selected Bibliography
  • After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory . 2nd ed. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1984.
  • "Epistemological Crises, Dramatic Narrative, and the Philosophy of Science." in Why Narrative? Readings in Narrative Theology . Eds. Stanley Hauerwas and L. Gregory Jones. (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans, 1989): 138-157.
  • "First Principles, Final Ends, and Contemporary Philosophical Issues." The Aquinas Lecture. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1990.
  • "How Moral Agents Became Ghosts." Synthese
  • "My Station and Its Virtues." Journal of Philosophical Research
  • "Plain Persons and Moral Philosophy: Rules, Virtues and Goods." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly
  • "Pleasure as a Reason for Action." Monist
  • "Pluralistic Philosophy" New York Times (September 20, 1981, Sunday, Late City Final Edition Section 7; Page 7, Column 1). Review of Robert Nozick's Philosophical Explanations
  • "The Relationship of Philosophy to its Past." in

3. The Achievement Of Alasdair MacIntyre
Article by Colin Oakes published in 1996 in the theological magazine `First Things.' Mostly concerned Category Society Philosophy Philosophers MacIntyre, Alasdair......Alasdair MacIntyre's many works provide thoughtful analyses about themaladies of our contemporary philosophical landscape. Although
The Achievement of Alasdair MacIntyre
Edward T. Oakes
Moral philosophers are caught in a peculiar paradox these days. On the one hand, their field is flourishing: No longer intimidated by the logical positivists (who denied truth to moral assertions except as expressions of likes and dislikes), thinkers as diverse as Iris Murdoch, Martha Nussbaum, and Bernard Williams are leading the attack against such debilitating philosophical notions as Hume's notorious "Is/Ought" distinction and Kant's simplistic fusion of morality with mere duty. On the other hand, the world in which these moral philosophers flourish is a world that has lost its moral bearings in an unprecedented way. The philosopher most attuned to this paradox is Alasdair MacIntyre, and his analysis goes furthest, I think, in explaining why the twentieth century is so uniquely appalling. His work is not necessarily the best moral philosophy now being written-Iris Murdoch, for one, may offer a rival philosophy he would find difficult to answer-but his analysis of our moral paradox is so acute that he, perhaps uniquely among contemporary philosophers, offers the possibility of its solution. One sign of a great philosopher is his effective use of metaphor at just the right moment. One reason Plato has had such a hold on the Western imagination is that few readers are ever apt to forget his famous Allegory of the Cave, whatever else they might remember from their undergraduate reading days. Similarly, MacIntyre has come up with a metaphor to explain exactly why it is that moral debate in today's society is so shrill and so rarely leads to consensus-why, in other words, society seems utterly incapable of coming to enough basic agreement in matters of ethics to enable it to deal with the moral chaos that surrounds us.

4. Alasdair MacIntyre
Alasdair MacIntyre. Texts by MacIntyre The Achievement of Alasdair MacIntyreby Edward T. Oakes (First Things, 65 (August/September 1996) 2226).
Resources for further study of the thought of
Alasdair MacIntyre
Texts by MacIntyre:
  • The Truth is in the Details [a review of The Moral Sense, by James Q. Wilson (New York Times, August 29, 1993)
  • Durkheim's Call to Order [a review of Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work by Steven Lukes ( New York Review of Books, March 7, 1974)
  • Tell Me Where you stand on Konradt [a review of Kronstadt 1921 by Paul Avrich ( New York Review of Books, August 12, 1971)
  • On Marcuse New York Review of Books, October 23, 1969)
  • After Hegel [a review of From Hegel to Nietzsche: The Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Thought by Karl Lowith ( New York Review of Books, September 24, 1964)
  • The Socialism of R. H. Tawney [a review of The Radical Tradition by R.H. Tawney and edited by Rita Hinden ( New York Review of Books, July 7, 1964)
  • Freud as Moralist [a review of The Letters of Sigmund Freud and Oskar Pfister edited by Heinrich Meng and Ernst L. Freud ( New York Review of Books, February 20, 1964)
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5. Alasdair MacIntyre Bibliography
Alasdair MacIntyre's many works provide thoughtful analyses about the maladies of our contemporary philosophical landscape. Although having written far more about the problems than possible solutions, he does make useful suggestions on how to convey ..
Alasdair MacIntyre Bibliography
The Primary Bibliography incorporates the bibliography in After MacIntyre: Critical Perspectives on the Work of Alasdair MacIntrye , John Horton and Susan Mendus, eds. (Notre Dame, 1994), but with a number of corrections and additions. It also includes all works published since 1994 and translations.
The Secondary Bibliography is certainly not complete, but may be useful to students of MacIntyre. Kelvin Knight has included an excellent annotated bibliography in his The MacIntyre Reader , (Notre Dame, 1998).
I would appreciate being informed of any errors or omissions. Please contact me at
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Last updated March 19 2003
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13. Alasdair Macintyre
alasdair macintyre, Lingua the insult I take distinct pleasure in tellingpeople how I was brutally insulted by Alasdair MacIntyre. Some
alasdair macintyre Lingua Franca once published an article on MacIntyre which focused on his "intense mid-life re-reading" of Aristotle and St. Thomas. If this page develops as it ought, it will display the fruit of an intense mid-life re-reading of MacIntyre. If it does not, it will just be another useless web page. humorous introduction
Have you ever been in a pub, listening to the music, when all of a sudden all the other people in pub shout "MacIntyre!"? Well, that's the Old Dun Cow . It has nothing to do with our MacIntyre. the insult
I take distinct pleasure in telling people how I was brutally insulted by Alasdair MacIntyre. Some explanation is required to appreciate its magintude.
I knew of MacIntyre as an undergraduate. My professors spoke highly of him, and since I admired my professors I figured I should admire him. I picked up After Virtue and had to put it down after the first chapter. I thought it was the craziest thing I had ever read, and that its claims were so bold that they couldn't possibly be true.
His being at Duke was not the reason I went to Duke. I went to Duke because a friend of mine was studying there; because Edward Mahoney was very solicitous towards my study of medieval philosophy; because they offered the biggest stipend. But his being there was certainly a perk.

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Alasdair MacIntyre Virtue Ethics revisited. The key work to knowabout, dears, is After Virtue . In this work, MacIntyre throws
Alasdair MacIntyre - Virtue Ethics revisited The key work to know about, dears, is "After Virtue". In this work, MacIntyre throws a left hook at the whole emotivist (I'll explain this term later) way of looking at morality. He chooses to look at philosophy within its historical context. That is, linking philosophies to the time in which they were developed, in order to gain a picture of the history and development of ideas. He does not like what he sees. The result, claims MacIntyre, is that too many modern philosophers have divorced their work of philosophising from the real world around them. They are quibbling about semantics (study of words) whilst the World Trade Centre burns. And talking of that, this is a good example of the way in which emotivism has permeated societal thinking, particularly in the secular nations. The correspondence of the Radio 4 PM programme the day after terrorists destroyed the WTC taking 6,000 or so people with them, consisted almost entirely of people saying that America had brought the disaster on itself. This depersonalizing of the action of the terrorists, for it was an action whose consequences were directed

15. MacIntyre Alasdair Geschichte Der Ethik Im Überblick. Vom Zeitalter Homers Bis
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16. Magnes Lille Leksikon: MacIntyre, Alasdair - After Virtue, Kap. 15
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Sammendrag av After Virtue (Kap. 15: The Virtues, the Unity of Human Life and the Concept of tradition). Innledning på gruppeundervisning i filosofi grunnfag, 13. Feb. 1997. MacIntyre søker å fremme en etikk som tar utgangspunkt i det partikulære, som tar utgangspunkt i hverdagslige situasjoner. Dyd.
Dyd består av 1) praksis, 2) narrativ (som angår handlingsgang) orden og 3) moraltradisjon. Nr. 2 forutsetter nr. 1 og nr. 3 forutsetter nr. 1 og 2. Praksis er den sosialt etablerte standard for utførelsen av det arbeid som gir ære (tilfredshet) til aktøren, dvs. som gir "internal good". Magnes Lille Leksikon
Kilde(r): Alasdair MacIntyre - After Virtue ; London 1981. Tom L. Beauchamp - Philosophical Ethics ; New York 1991. Dato: 11. februar 1997

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Alasdair MacIntyre: un filosofo americano di origine scozzese. Ha senso parlare di dovere se obbliga l'uomo a conoscere e perseguire il bene e a conoscere ed evitare il male Come orientarsi nel bailamme della cultura contemporanea?
Il presupposto degli insigni Autori della Tradizione è la convinzione che esiste un ordinamento cosmico ( naturale , per Platone ed Aristotele, soprannaturale , per Agostino e Tommaso) che determina la posizione di ciascuno in virtù di uno schema totale e armonioso in cui è inserita anche la vita umana.
«È possibile che quello che ho affermato sia giudicato irrilevante da quelli che difendono i sistemi dominanti. In realtà, spero di essere ascoltato esclusivamente da quelli le cui attività sono considerate marginali da coloro che occupano le posizioni dominanti nelle società contemporanee. Questi costituiscono il lettore ideale delle mie opere. Però, potrebbe accadere, e lo spero, che non mi leggeranno la maggioranza degli avvocati, dei burocrati, dei professori di scuole commerciali e, in generale, gli ambiziosi, i potenti e i ricchi».
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19. MacIntyre, Alasdair C.
macintyre, alasdair C. al'ustur mak'intIr Pronunciation Key. macintyre,alasdair C. , 1929–, American philosopher. He teaches at the Univ.

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You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Encyclopedia MacIntyre, Alasdair C. u st u I Pronunciation Key MacIntyre, Alasdair C. ethics . In his highly influential book After Virtue (1981), MacIntyre argues that moral theory and practice are currently in a state of grave disorder, brought on in part by the liberal individualism of the Enlightenment. He holds that people can best remedy this disorder by reviving the Aristotelian tradition of virtue ethics. His other works include A Short History of Ethics (1965) and Whose Justice? Which Rationality McIntosh, William Macip, Vicente Juan Search Infoplease Info search tips Search Biographies Bio search tips About Us Contact Us Link to Infoplease ... Privacy

20. Arto Laitinen: Rationality And Evaluative Frameworks
Thesis by Arto Laitinen, principally concerned with the claims by alasdair macintyre and Charles Taylor on the nature of moral reasoning.
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Rationality and Evaluative Frameworks Preface
I Moral Agency and Evaluative Frameworks

The inevitability of strong evaluations
The plurality of goods and hypergoods
The ontological and empirical background beliefs
Constitutive goods and moral sources
Implicit and explicit
The scope of a framework
Practical rationality in the context of application
Evaluation of Taylor's claims II Justification and Traditions of Enquiry Traditions of enquiry and the epistemological crises Justification and correspondence Beyond universalism and relativism III Justification and Evaluative Frameworks The elements of an evaluative framework Varieties of inadequacy Moral argumentation and justification IV Conclusions Bibliography [How to refer? Arto Laitinen (1995): Evaluative frameworks and rationality] Preface After the publication of The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas S. Kuhn, we have gradually learnt to endorse the view that universal standards of rationality do not exist, even in science. All the standards of rationality are linked to the rival and incommensurable paradigms. And what applies to science, applies to morality as well: there are no ahistorical, acultural standards which would objectively determine what is good, right, or honourable. The lack of universal standards seems to render the idea of rational justification of scientific paradigms and of moral precepts impossible. Thus, our options seem to be either moral subjectivism and a relativist "anything goes"-view in science or a conservative defence of whatever views and standards we happen to have at the moment.

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