How Should One Live? Essays on the Virtues

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
LAWRENCE BLUM is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts at Boston. He is the author of Friendship, Altruism, and Morality, A Truer Liberty: Simone Weil and Marxism, and Moral Perception and Particularity.
JOHN COTTINGHAM is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Reading and editor of the journal Ratio. He is author of Rationalism, Descartes, The Rationalists, and A Descartes Dictionary. He is a co- translator of The Philosophical Writings of Descartes and the editor of The Cambridge Companion to Descartes.
ROGER CRISP is Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at St Anne's College, Oxford. He is an associate editor of Utilitas and a member of the Analysis Committee. He is currently working on a book on J. S. Mill Utilitarianism.
JULIA DRIVER is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She is currently working on a book titled Uneasy Virtue, which presents a consequentialist account of the virtues.
BRAD HOOKER teaches in the Philosophy Department at the University of Reading. He is an associate editor of Ratio and Utilitas, and is currently writing a book on rule-consequentialism.
ROSALIND HURSTHOUSE is Head of the Philosophy Department at the Open University. She is the author of Beginning Lives and recently wrote "'Applying Virtue Ethics'" for Virtues and Reasons, a book edited by her, Gavin Lawrence, and Warren Quinn.
TERENCE IRWIN is Susan Linn Sage Professor of Philosophy, Cornell University. He is the author of Aristotle's First Principles, Classical Thought, and Plato's Ethics, and has translated and edited Plato Gorgias and Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics.
ANDREW MASON is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Reading. He is the author of Explaining Political Disagreement, and is currently working on a book on the notion of community.

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