Virtue ethics and creativity, continued.

Robert Adams gets my thought:

A second aspect of the breadth of virtue’s concerns is that they are not limited to the rights and well-being of persons—one’s own or anyone else’s. A deep concern for quality in intellectual and aesthetic pursuits for their own sake seems intuitively to be virtuous. The seriousness, sincerity, and disinterestedness of someone’s love of philosophy may be among our grounds for admiring her character.


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