Islam’s adaptation of virtue ethics: Bringing light to the challenges of a post-pandemic world

The form of philosophical ethics that goes back to Aristotle — often referred to as virtue ethics — is based, not upon conceptions of the right (as in Kantian ethics) or the good (as in utilitarianism), but on a particular understanding human nature and biology. Religious traditions tended to adopt this form of ethics in …

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