Posted: July 22nd, 2016
Using MacIntyre’s theoretical framework (that is, by reference to terms like “internal goods,” and “external goods“), explain why someone who loves the child depicted in MacIntyre’s “chess” example might offer her some candy to play chess when she doesn’t want to play? And why might one offer her twice as much candy if she plays well? Refer directly to the paragraph in “The Nature of the Virtues” where this is discussed, making sure to explain all its relevant aspects.
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