How Little We Know About Character

The Philosophers' Magazine 80:58-63 (2018)
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Abstract

These are early days in the philosophical study of character. We know very little about what most peoples’ character looks like. Important virtues are surprisingly neglected. There are almost no strategies advanced by philosophers today for improving character. We have a long way to go.

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Christian Miller
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