Valoración ética de la Modernidad según Alasdair MacIntyre
Keywordsteleology, rationality, emotivism, individualism, society
Ethical assessment of Modernity according to Alasdair MacIntyre
Can morality be understood in isolation from the social, cultural, political and economic orders in which it arises and develops? Does the intellectual interest in morality of our time require more than the analysis of ethical theories? Alasdair MacIntyre's answers to these questions are shown through a lifetime's work, in which he has developed an ethical analysis of Modernity. The book "Ethical assessment of modernity according to Alasdair MacIntyre", by Hernando José Bello Rodríguez and José Manuel Giménez Amaya, exposes the development of such an analysis, carried out by the Scottish philosopher within the framework of his ideas ranging from the publication of his After Virtue, until the recent appearance of Ethics in Conflicts of Modernity.
Bello Rodríguez, H. J. & Giménez Amaya, J. M. 2018. Valoración ética de la modernidad según Alasdair MacIntyre. Pamplona: EUNSA.
MacIntyre, A. 1987. Tras la virtud. Barcelona: Crítica.
Spaemann, R. 2010. Ética. Cuestiones fundamentales. Pamplona: EUNSA.
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