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My Station and Its Duties: Ideals and the Social Embeddedness of Virtue
Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society
New Series, Vol. 102 (2002), pp. 109-123
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In the Stoics we find a combination of two perspectives which are commonly thought to conflict: the embedded perspective from within one's social context, and the universal perspective of the member of the moral community of rational beings. I argue that the Stoics do have a unified theory, one which avoids problems that trouble some modern theories which try to unite these perspectives.
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