Rationality, the Normative and the Narrative in the Philosophy of Morals
Pellegrino, Edmund D.
H.T. Engelhardt, Jr.
[Commentary: "From System to Story: An Alternative for Rationality in Ethics," S. Hauerwas and D. Buffell, in Knowledge, Value, and Belief, vol. 2. The Foundation of Ethics and its Relationship to Science, ed. H.T. Engelhardt, Jr. and D. Callahan (Hastings-on-Hudson, NY: Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences, 1977): 213-220
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