Abbreviations ; Acknowledgments ; Introduction ; Part I: General Framework ; Chapter 1: Virtue and Individuality ; 1. Virtue as the Individualization of Duty ; 2. Virtue as Duties that Persons have in Virtue of also Being Animals ; 3. Virtue as the Fight between Reason and the Inclinations ; 4. The Development of Talents as a Duty of Virtue ; Chapter 2. The Empty Formalism Objection in the Context of Individualized Virtue ; Chapter 3: Fichte and the Problem of Individual Effectiveness ; Chapter 4: A Moral Psychology of Talents and Interests ; 1: Talents and Interests ; 2: Subjectivity and Objectivity ; Part II: Experiments in Individuality ; Chapter 5: The Changing Nature of Objective Content ; 1: The Distinctively Moral Form of Objective Content ; 2: Farmers ; 3: Soldiers ; Chapter 6: Talents and the Shaping of Action ; 1: Talent and Intentional Self-Knowledge ; 2: Craft and Industrial Producers ; 3: Scholars ; Chapter 7: The Concreteness of the Good ; 1: The Effectiveness of the Good ; 2: The Public Estate ; 3: Merchants ; Part III: Conclusion ; Chapter 8: Hegelian Self-Determination ; 1: The Reciprocal Inversion of Moral and Material Ends ; 2: Character as Medium and Process of Expression ; 3: Non-Empiricist Action Explanations ; 4: Objective Criteria and Deception ; Index
Christopher Yeomans is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Purdue University. He is the author of Freedom and Reflection: Hegel and the Logic of Agency (OUP, 2011).