MacIntyre, William

MacIntyre,

William, English physician, 1791-1857.
MacIntyre disease - Synonym(s): Kahler disease
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While Foot's "neo-Aristotelian naturalism" is widely regarded as the heir to Anscombe, I suggest that there is a distinct thread in Anscombe's article leading in another direction altogether, and which lies behind the projects developed by MacIntyre, Williams, McDowell, and even Korsgaard.
Here Jaeggi shows herself to be a skillful and imaginative philosopher thoroughly at home in both the Continental and Anglo-American traditions, and one of the book's features that will make it interesting to readers outside Germany is that it draws on and responds to the work of English-speaking philosophers, including Frankfurt, Nagel, MacIntyre, Williams, and Taylor.