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authorSean Whitton <spwhitton@spwhitton.name>2020-09-03 10:39:34 -0700
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-In my research I aim to develop and defend a eudaimonist virtue ethics, both
-against other approaches in normative ethics, and against non-eudaimonist
-forms of virtue ethics. Eudaimonism is characterised by the ideas that only
-living virtuously is unconditionally good, that other things are good only
-relative to living virtuously, and that it is a mistake to sharply distinguish
-living well, living ethically and living happily. Non-eudaimonist virtue
-ethics are those which reject one or more of these ideas but still give virtue
-theoretical centrality, such as consequentialist virtue ethics.
+In my research, I am to develop and defend a eudaimonist virtue ethics, both
+against other approaches in normative ethics and against non-eudaimonist forms
+of virtue ethics. Eudaimonism is characterised by the ideas that only living
+virtuously is unconditionally good, that other things are good only relative
+to living virtuously, and that it is a mistake to sharply distinguish living
+well, living ethically and living happily. Non-eudaimonist virtue ethics
+(such as consequentialist virtue ethics) are those which reject one or more of
+these ideas, while still giving virtue theoretical centrality.
# Articles