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38 My own life MacIntyre rejected the metaphysical biology of Aristotle, and tried to integrate the virtues into social practices such as the sciences, the arts, family life and sports. The virtues then served the practice, the participants and the tradition from which this practice sprang. In contrast to MacIntyre, most modern virtue ethicists are not anti-modernist (Slote, 1992; Ruddick, 1989; Sennett, 1998). The ethics of virtue is a modern form of moral education, directed at the formation of character with virtues such as discipline, integrity, openness, respect, responsibility, tolerance and care.
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Ageing, meaning and social structure : connecting critical and humanistic gerontology by Jan Baars