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Jason Kawall (2009) makes a valiant effort to defend the conceptual primacy of the virtues. If the reader is wondering why I haven’t mentioned the “big names” of the virtue ethics revival, Elizabeth Anscombe (1958) and Alasdair MacIntyre (1981), the reason is that they don’t represent the kind of continuity with modern ethical theory that I have just briefly illustrated. David Solomon (2003) distinguishes this “routine” virtue ethics from the “radical” virtue ethics of Anscombe and MacIntyre whose projects are very different from such traditional theorizing.
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