Pagan Virtue: An Essay in Ethics

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BIBLOGRAPHY

ALTHAM J. E. J., review of Michael Oakeshott, On Human Conduct, The Cambridge Review, 97 ( Oct. 1975), 23-5.

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AUGUSTINE ST, De libero arbitrio, trans. Benjamin and Hackerstaff ( Indianapolis, 1964).

ARISTOTLE, Nicomachean Ethics, trans. W. D. Ross ( Oxford, 1915).

----- Nicomachean Ethics, trans. Rackham ( London, 1934).

----- Politics, trans. Ernest Barker ( Oxford, 1948).

----- Rhetoric, trans. Ross ( Oxford, 1924).

ARNOLD MATTHEW, "John Keats", Essays in Criticism, ind ser., ed. S. R. Littlewood , ( London, 1938), pp. 60-72.

AUSTEN JANE, The Novels of Jane Austen, ed. R. W. Chapman ( Oxford, 1965).

BENNETT JONATHAN, Rationality ( London, 1964).

BIBLE, Authorized Version.

BRADLEY A. C., Shakespearian Tragedy ( London, 1916).

BROWN PETER, Augustine of Hippo ( London, 1969).

BURNABY JOHN, Amor Dei ( London, 1938).

BUTLER JOSEPH, Sermons II and III "Upon the Natural Supremacy of Conscience", The Analogy of Religion and Sermons, ed. M. A. ( London, 1886).

BUTLER MARILYN, Jane Austen and the War of Ideas ( Oxford, 1975).

BYRON GEORGE GORDON, Don Juan, Poetical Works, ed. F. Page ( Oxford, 1969).

CARLYLE THOMAS, On Heroes, Hero Worship, and the Heroic in History ( London, 1891).

CASEY, JOHN, "Practical Wisdom", Essays in Criticism, 27 ( Oct. 1977), 348-54.

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----- Lord Jim ( Harmondsworth, 1957).

DALEY HARRY, This Small Cloud ( London, 1986).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS *
  • Contents *
  • I - PERSONS 1
  • 2 - COURAGE 51
  • 3 - TEMPERANCE 104
  • 4 - PRACTICAL WISDOM 144
  • 5 - JUSTICE 172
  • 6 - PAGAN VIRTUES? 199
  • 7 - POSTSCRIPT: HOMER, SHAKESPEARE, AND THE CONFLICT OF VALUES 211
  • BIBLOGRAPHY 227
  • Index 233
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