Virtue Agreement

In the same way, as I argue below, rights claims are the primary way in which ordinary people distinguish between the forms of moral obligation, in themselves relational or « bipolar », which are characteristic of justice – where Sandra owes something to Felix – and the non-relational or « monadian » form of moral obligation characteristic of other virtues (Thompson 2004), where moderation requires Sandra to give up a second serving of Sticky Toffee pudding. In other words, at the heart of any organization is a form of MacIntyréenne practice, a kind of cooperative research of excellence that creates value that can then be exchanged in the market, so that the organization can reach the external goods necessary to maintain itself. . . .