How Should One Live? Essays on the Virtues

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INDEX
acedia160-72
acquisitiveness, see pleonexia
actions 39, 45-8, 87, 93-4, 110
motivation of 17, 134, 140
opposed to lives 1-2, 5-6, 8, 19, 70, 74
right 20-5
Adams, R. M.121 n., 159 n.
Adkins, A. W. H.212 n.
adultery 215
agapU+011363
agent-centred and act-centred ethics, see actions opposed to lives
agent-centred prerogatives 239
agent-neutrality 100, 104
akrasia, see temperance
Alderman, H.2n.
alienation 12, 118-19
Allison, H.90 n.
ambition, proper 65
anger 160, 175, 183, 189
Anscombe, G. E. M.2, 5, 9, 12, 33 n., 112 n.
apatheia84
Aquinas33 n., 70 n., 166
Ares66 n.
Aristotelianism 197, 217
Aristotle14, 17, 37-55, 58-65, 115
absolutism of 33 n.
on action 110 n.
on activities 181
agenda of 1
on anger 175, 183, 189
anti-Kantianism of 224-5, 227
on courage 59-60, 215-16
emotions in 174, 185, 187
on equity 17
and feminism 16, 211-16, 228
on the fine 51-2, 59
and flourishing 7, 13, 15, 23, 60, 67, 71, 145
on friendship 16 n., 51, 65, 74 n.
historicism of 78
and human nature 4, 9
on justice 68-9, 214-16, 225
on liberality 62, 215
and MacIntyre 191
on magnanimity 62, 65, 73
on magnificence 62, 65, 215
on the mean 99
method of 10
on modesty 66
and moral education 27, 29-30, 49, 200-2
on patience 66
on pleasure 114-16, 152 n., 178-80
and practical reason 17-18, 188
on pride 215
on proper ambition 62, 65
on social nature of virtue 231
on temperance 38, 60-1, 214-15
on truthfulness 66
and virtue 2, 5, 8, 19, 121, 139 n.
as virtue ethicist 140
and virtuous person 8, 142 n.
on wittiness 62, 65
see also virtue in ancient ethics
Armon-Jones, C.165 n.
Arnold, N.207 n.
Ausonius70, 71 n.
Austen, J.217
autocentric perspective 59-60, 64, 66 n., 70-6
Baier, A.31, 171 n., 218 n., 224 n., 225 n., 227
Baier, K.115 n.
Bales, R. E.6 n.
Balint, M.179 n.
Baron, M.12 n., 89 n.
Baruch, B.101
Becker, L. and C. 146 n.
beneficence, see benevolence
benevolence 26-9, 64, 127, 235
and conflict 29-36
as corrective 112
and deliberation 94
and justice 52
as natural virtue 131-40
as other-regarding 102
usefulness of 122, 125, 127
see also cruelty
Benhabib, S.225 n.
Bennett, J.117
Bentham, J.123
Bittner, R.80 n., 91 n., 94 n.

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