Communitarian Ethics and Legal Justification, 59 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 721 (1988)
In the last decade or so there has been an important revival of
interest in Aristotle's Ethics. The revival is chiefly associated with
Alasdair MacIntyre's work, After Virtue, but it can be traced to
Rawls' provocative work, A Theory ofJustice, in which he'raised focus
anew, and with intense concentratiqn, on the age-old issue of the
principles of justice. Of course in a larger historical context, the interest
in Aristotlian ethics goes back to Aristotle himself, because the
author had important things to say on the subject.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Hazard, Geoffrey C. Jr., "Communitarian Ethics and Legal Justification" (1988). Faculty Scholarship Series. 2388.