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Justice as a Virtue: A Comparative Study on Nasir al-Din al-Tusi, K nal zade Ali and Alasdair MacIntyre

Keywords: Nasir al-Din al-Tusi , K nal zade Ali , Alasdair MacIntyre , Aristotle , virtue ethics , justice.

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In this article, which is written in order to study the treatments of the virtue-oriented ethics concern of the Ancient Age into various cultures, geographies and eras, and the dramatic impact of the paradigm on the concept of justice, the analogy between the virtue inherited from Aristotle and the way of thinking of Nas ruddin Tus , K nal zade Ali and Alasdair MacIntyre. It is questioned that how Tus and K nal zade adapted the virtues into Islamic ethics and possibilities of “re-adoption of the virtue ethics” of MacIntyre; and what it is possible to melt the contemporary and Aristotelian virtues into one pot.

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