Lecture Series

The Intersection of Virtue and Ethics

The Intersection of Virtue and Ethics is the first of a series of annual lectures dedicated to reflection on the many facets of the Catholic intellectual tradition. The series is sponsored by the Office for Mission & Ministry in collaboration with the departments of Theology & Religious Studies, Philosophy, Center for Peace and Justice Education, Villanova Center for Liberal Education, the Ethics and Honors programs. The following resources are provided for your convenience.

A Bibliography

The Ethics of Confucius and Aristotle: Mirrors of Virtue - Jiyan Yu,  Routledge (2009)

Edmund Burke and the Discourse of Virtue - Stephen Browne, University Alabama Press (2007)

Uneasy Virtue - Julia Driver, Cambridge University Press (2007)

Virtue Ethics - Roger Crisp and Michael Slote, Oxford University Press (1997)

Civic Virtues: Rights Citizenship and Republican Liberalism - Richard Dagger, Oxford University Press, USA (1997)

Plato’s Craft of Justice - Richard Parry, State University of New York Press (1996)

The Moral Virtues and Theological Ethics - Romanus Cessario, University of Notre Dame Press (1992)

Virtues and Rights: The Moral Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes - R. E. Ewin, Westview Press (1992)

The Rehabilitation of Virtue: Foundations of Moral Education - Richard Sandin, Praeger Publishers (1992)

The Fabric of Character: Aristotle’s Theory of Virtue - Nancy Sherman, Oxford University Press (1991)

How Should One Live? Essays on the Virtues - Roger Crisp, Oxford University Press (1998)

The Theory and Practice of Virtue - Gilbert Meilaender, University of Notre Dame Press (1988)

The Definition of Moral Virtue -Yves Simon, Fordham University Press (1986)