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Publisher: Rodopi

Moral Psychology. Edited by Sergio Tenenbaum

Introduction
pp. 9-13(5)
Author: Tenenbaum, Sergio

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Desire, Power and the Good in Plato's Gorgias
pp. 15-36(22)
Author: Doyle, James

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Virtue and Argument in Aristotle's Ethics
pp. 37-78(42)
Author: Vasiliou, Iakovos

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Character Traits and the Humean Approach to Ethics
pp. 79-110(32)
Author: Ainslie, Donald

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Kant on the Agreeable and the Good
pp. 111-160(50)
Author: Engstrom, Stephen

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Goals, Wishes, and Reasons for Action
pp. 161-184(24)
Author: Arkonovich, Steven

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How Reason can be Practical: A Reply to Hume
pp. 213-230(18)
Author: Clark, Philip

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Mortality, Agency, and Regret
pp. 231-259(29)
Author: Rosati, Connie S.

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Rationality and Character Traits
pp. 261-278(18)
Author: Schueler, G.F.

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Is There a Nexus between Reasons and Rationality?
pp. 279-298(20)
Author: Smith, Michael

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Practical Reasons and Mistakes of Practical Rationality
pp. 299-321(23)
Author: Sobel, David

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The Conclusion of Practical Reason
pp. 323-343(21)
Author: Tenenbaum, Sergio

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