The present special issue is devoted to Virtue Ethics. In the first section the Virtue Ethics is presented directly by the most notable representatives of its main trends and discussed by scholars who are trying to address (and assess) some of its crucial assumptions. The second section discusses some key issues within the virtue-ethical debate and the tradition underlying it. The third section hosts some critical voices of Virtue Ethics or of some of its trends.
Essays by: Angelo Campodonico, Maria Silvia Vaccarezza, Julia Annas, Giacomo Samek Lodovici, Michael Slote, Christine Swanton, Linda Zagzebski, Howard Curzer, Franco Manti, Mark Alfano, Lorenzo Greco, Michel Croce, Andrea Pace Giannotta.