Howard J. Curzer

Howard J. Curzer is a professor of philosophy at Texas Tech University. His publications include Aristotle and the Virtues (Oxford University Press, 2012), a textbook/anthology entitled Ethical Theory and Moral Problems (Wadsworth Press, 1999), and various articles on ancient philosophy, contemporary virtue ethics, the Confucian tradition, moral development, research ethics, biomedical ethics, the ethics of care, and the Hebrew Bible. He is a recipient of grants from the NSF and the NEH.


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The Philosophers’ Anger

Howard J. Curzer reviews Martha C. Nussbaum's "Anger and Forgiveness: Resentment, Generosity, Justice."...


Ancient Eastern Advice for Modern Western Problems
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