Comments on Robert Adams, A theory of virtue: excellence in being for the good
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KeywordsMoral Education Practical Wisdom Good Memory Virtuous Person Evaluative Attitude
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I would like to thank Robert Adams, John Doris, Julia Annas (my co-panelists), and the audience at that session, for their discussion.
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