For Work / Against Work
Debates on the centrality of work

"Worlds of practice: MacIntyre's challenge to applied ethics"

by Higgins, C (2010)

Key Passage

Without the generativity of practices, we would inhabit a shrunken and gray moral universe with only a couple of known things worth striving for and these existing not as palpable purposes but as prosaic ideals. Practice, MacIntyre teaches us, is the poetry of the moral life. (p.245)


Macintyre. Applied Ethics, Business Ethics, Practice, Worlds Of Practice, Virtue


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