College of Liberal Arts
Volume 3, Number 1
Editors: David Cloutier and William C. Mattison III
This issue examines the topic of virtue in the context of Catholic moral theology.
Its primary goal is to offer, not a comprehensive overview of the topic, but a representative sample of new research by current scholars—essays that offer important advances in our understanding of virtue. The contributors are John Bowlin, Patrick Clark, Elizabeth Agnew Cochran, Lisa Fullam, Andrew Kim, Angela McKay Knobel, Maureen O’Connell, and Charles Pinches.
We also have two other purposes for this volume. First, we feature recent essays on virtue by renowned scholars who share responsibility for the recent resurgence in attention to virtue. They are Stanley Hauerwas, Jean Porter, and Martin Rhonheimer.
Finally, we editors offer a review essay that charts that resurgence in attention to virtue in Catholic moral theology in the past decades.