Virtue Ethics


Philosopher Martha Nussbaum explains what appeals to her about virtue ethics, as opposed to other ways of looking at moral choice. She mentions that it looks at human life as a whole, rather in terms of narrow moral parts. Professor Nussbaum also appreciates that value ethics provides the opportunity for what she calls a "rich psychological discussion..." that includes a range of complex psychological emotions.



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