Sunday, October 5, 2008

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人必須心懷希望,才會活的快樂,日子才過得充實,有意義,有朝氣,有信心。........................................

發燙 said...

以簡單的行為愉悅他人的心靈,勝過千人低頭禱告。........................................

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人是受想像力所支配的。 ..................................................

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茂一 said...

快樂,是享受工作過程的結果...........................................................................

淑慧 said...

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淑惠 said...

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林志宏 said...

知識可以傳授,智慧卻不行。每個人必須成為他自己。......................................................................

佩春 said...

生存乃是不斷地在內心與靈魂交戰;寫作是坐著審判自己。.................................................................

于庭 said...

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吳婷婷 said...

It takes all kinds to make a world.............................................................

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快樂與滿足的秘訣,就在全心全意投注於現在的每一分,每一秒上..................................................

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楊儀卉 said...

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潘凱花潘凱花 said...

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蕙春蕙春 said...

Say not all that you know, believe not all that you hear.............................................................

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怡于名君 said...

生命如夏花洵爛;死如秋葉之靜美。.......................................................

凱許倫 said...

工作,是愛的具體化~~~~努力吧!........................................

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允黃淑 said...

.有價值的東西,都要付出代價。-................................................

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財富並非永遠的朋友,但朋友卻是永遠的財富。......................................................................

Fulvio Di Blasi, Joshua P. Hochschild, Jeffrey Langan (eds.)

Fulvio Di Blasi, Joshua P. Hochschild, Jeffrey Langan (eds.)
Virtue's End. God in the Moral Philosophy of Aristotle and Aquinas

Description

The story of Aristotelianism’s revival in recent academic moral philosophy is well known. By the middle of the twentieth century, ethical theory was dominated by versions of utilitarianism and Kantianism. Attention was paid to consequences, rules, intentions, obligations, rights, but the concerns central to an Aristotelian approach –virtue, happiness, contemplation, the summum bonum – remained little more thanhistorical curiosities. Then, thanks to a number of perceptive authors influenced by Aristotle and Aquinas, the Aristotelian tradition regained, if not its former authoritative status, at least full respect as a viable alternative moral philosophy.

But a funny thing happened on the way back to Aristotle. As the now common “virtue ethics” heading implies, focus has been on the concept of habits of perfection, with comparatively little attention paid to the metaphysical framework in which Aristotle himself described them. Especially missing has been the notion that virtue orients the moral agent to God. Elizabeth Anscombe, to whom the contemporary Aristotelian revival is usually traced, actually presented virtue as an alternative to more intrinsically theological concepts: moral law implies a lawgiver, but virtue, Anscombe implied, does not. Alasdair MacIntyre’s After Virtue, a landmark text in the virtue theory revival, drew on every intellectual resource available – political and social theory, literary criticism, history and psychology, even postmodern attention to narrative – except traditional metaphysics and theology.

Neglect of the role of the divine in Aristotelian moral philosophy can be understoodas a part of an understandable concession to the contemporary rhetorical situation, but it cannot long be ignored that from an Aristotelian perspective, moral reflection had an inevitably theological orientation. For Aristotle and Aquinas, God was both object and model of contemplation, the highest form of life; God is the author or designer of the human natures that virtue perfects; Aristotle even asks, as serious questions, whether happiness comes from God, and whether it is possible to be friends with God.

The role of these questions in Aristotle, in the moral thought of Aquinas, and their continuing relevance to contemporary moral and political thought, are the concerns of these volumes.

Virtue’s End collects nine substantial essays on the nature and relationship of theological commitment to moral theory, practical reason, and the metaphysical framework of Aristotelian ethics. Among the questions explored: What does it mean to know the good? What is the source of moral law? What role does God, or the notion of God, play in practical reasoning and human action? What is the relationship between Aquinas’s ethics and Aristotle’s? How is friendship with God possible? The contributors include: Kevin Flannery, Christopher Kaczor, Antonio Donato, Anthony J. Lisska, Fulvio di Blasi, Giacomo Samek Lodovici, Robert A. Gahl, Marie I. George, Daniel McInerny.

Preface by Ralph McInerny