MacIntyre’s Critique of Modern Moral Philosophy

Visiting Scholar Ken McIntyre may have had to leave campus early due to Covid-19, but the product of his hours stuck in the oldest building on campus has resulted in the first of a few expected publications. The Palgrave Studies in Classical Liberalism series offers a forum to writers concerned that the central presuppositions of the liberal tradition have been severely corroded, neglected, or misappropriated by overly rationalistic and constructivist approaches. Professor McIntyre contributed the chapter Practical Reason and Teleology: MacIntyre’s Critique of Modern Moral Philosophy to the publication Critics of Enlightenment Rationalism.

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