Why do we have such a difficult time agreeing about moral principles? MacIntyre believes that what we now understand as morality is merely the fragmented remnants of a formely fuller and more substantive comprehension of morality. What remains are only the language and appearances of morality. He argues that our only way out is a return to Aristotelian virtue ethics.
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