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Introduction 1: Christopher Morris, University of Maryland: The Trouble with Justice 2: Mathias Risse, Harvard University: Neitzche on Selfishness, Justice, and the Duties of Higher Men 3: Richard Joyce, Australia National University: Morality, Schmorality 4: David Schmitz, University of Arizona: Because It's Right 5: Thomas Nagel, New York University: The Value of Inviolability 6: Samuel Scheffler, Berkeley College: Potential Congruence 7: Stephen Finlay, University of Southern California: Too Much Morality 8: Terence Irwin, Cornell University: Scotus and the Possibility of Moral Motivation 9: Ralph Wedgwood, Oxford University: Butler on Virtue, Self Interest, and Human Nature 10: Julia Annas, University of Arizona: Virtue Ethics and the Charge of Egoism 11: W.D. Falk, formerly UNC Chapel Hill: Morality, Self, and Others 12: Paul Bloomfield, University of Connecticut: Why It's Bad to be Bad 13: Joel Kupperman, University of Connecticut: Classical and Sour Forms of Virtue 14: Michael Stocker, Syracuse University: Shame and Guilt: Self Interest and Morality Biblography

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informed scholarship and rich analyses of important issues ... Bloomfield is to be commended for putting together a fine collection. * John Lemos, Mind *

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