Center for Health Ethics - Dr. Ed Pellegrino (2004)
Center for Health Ethics
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Pellegrino, Edmund D. (1982-02)The editor introduces a journal issue composed of a set of articles (see also entries by Lisa H. Newton, David T. Ozar, R.S. Downie, Norman E. Bowie, Peter A. French, Richard T. De George, and James L. Muyskens) on ...
Pellegrino, Edmund D. (1995-09)Virtue is the most perdurable concept in the history of ethics, which is understandable given the ineradicability of the moral agent in the events of the moral life. Historically, virtue enjoyed normative force as long as ...