- Title Pages
2The Integral View
4Disunity of Virtue
7Salience without a Black Box
8Moral Deference and the Proto-authority of Affect
9Recap with Courage
10Agents versus Acts
11Against the Priority of Principle
12Should Virtue Be Taught?
- A Note on the Type
- Emotion and Virtue
- Princeton University Press
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