Notes on Contributors Phenomenology and Virtue Ethics: an Introduction Kevin Hermberg Part I: Phenomenology and the Tradition 1. Phainomenon and Logos in Aristotle's Ethics Lawrence J. Hatab 2. 'Disimpropriation' and Infused Virtue: The Question of (Christian) Virtue Ethics in the Phenomenology of Michel Henry Michelle Rebidoux 3. Being and Virtuousness: Toward a Platonic-Heideggerian Virtue Ethics Matthew King 4. Horizon Intentionality and Aristotelian Friendship Eric Chelstrom 5. Value, Affectivity, and Virtue in Aristotle, Scheler, and von Hildebrand Gregory B. Sadler Part II: Theoretical and Contemporary Comparative Accounts 6. Phenomenology, Eudaimonia, and the Virtues John J. Drummond 7. Phenomenology and Virtue Ethics: Complementary Anti-Theoretical Methodological and Ethical Trajectories? Jack Reynolds 8. Phenomenology and the Virtues: Scheler and von Hildebrand Robert Wood 9. The Self that Recedes: A Phenomenology of Virtue J. Jeremy Wisnewski Part III: Application of Phenomenology as a Virtue Discipline 10. The Virtues of Agency: A Phenomenology of Security, Courage and Creativity John Russon 11. Heideggerian Perfectionism and the Phenomenology of the Pedagogical Truth Event Iain Thomson 12. Descent to the Things Themselves: The Virtue of Dissent John Duncan 13. Correlates of the Good Life: Body, Wilderness and Expertise Paul Gyllenhammer References Index
Kevin Hermberg is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Dominican College, New York, USA. Paul Gyllenhammer is Associate Professor of Philosophy at St. John's University, Queens, NY, USA.