A provocative tour-de-force
. . . he showed that MacIntyre's early Christianity, his excursions into Marxism, his neo-Aristotelianism, his Hegelianism and his later Thomism are all parts of the same search for the virtuous community, for the authenticity of theory related to practice.Ioan Davies, York University, Canada
About the Author
Peter McMylor teaches in the Department of Sociology at Manchester University.