14Empathy and Testimonial TrustRoyal Institute of Philosophy Supplement 84 139-160. 2018.
9What Knowledge is Necessary for Virtue?Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy 4 (2): 1-18. 2010.Critics contend that Aristotelianism demands too much of the virtuous person in the way of knowledge to be credible. This general charge is usually directed against either of two of Aristotelianism’s apparent claims about the necessary conditions for the possession of a single virtue, namely that 1) one must know what all the other virtues require, and 2) one must also be the master of a preternatural range of technical/empirical knowledge. I argue that Aristotelianism does indeed have a very hi…Read more
Tulane UniversityDepartment of PhilosophyAssistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America
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