Alasdair MacIntyre's papers, 1980-1999

Papers, 1990s

Papers, 1980s

"Regulation: A Substitute for Morality", Hastings Center Report 10:1, 31-33, 1980. 

"The Wrong Questions to Ask About War" (review of Barrie Paskins & Michael Dockrill, The Ethics of War), Hastings Center Report 10:6, 40-41, 1980. 

"How Moral Education Came to Find its Place in the Schools", in National Humanities Center working paper 1: Ethics and Moral Education, National Humanities Center, 1980. 

"Contexts of Interpretation: Reflections on Hans-Georg Gadamer’s Truth and Method", Boston University Journal 26, 173-78, 1980. 

"The American Idea", in David Noel Doyle & Owen Dudley Edwards eds., America and Ireland, 1776-1976: The American Identity and the Irish Connection, Greenwood Press, 57-68, 1980. 

"Rumpelstilskin’s Rules", Wellesley Wragtime, December, 6, 1980. 

"Alasdair MacIntyre on the Claims of Philosophy" (review of Richard Rorty, Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature; Stanley Cavell, The Claim of Reason: Wittgenstein, Skepticism, Morality and Tragedy; Ted Honderich & Myles Burnyeat, Philosophy As It Is), London Review of Books, June 5, 15-16, 1980. 

"The Idea of America" (review of Garry Wills, Inventing America: Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence), London Review of Books, November 6, 14, 1980. 

"Ayer, Anscombe and Empiricism" (review of G.E. MacDonald ed., Perception and Identity: Essays Presented to A. J. Ayer with his Replies to Them, and Cora Diamond & Jenny Teichman eds.,Intention and Intentionality: Essays in Honour of G.E.M. Anscombe), London Review of Books, April 7, 9-10, 1980. 

"John Stuart Mill’s Forgotten Victory" (review of J.S. Mill, ed. J.M. Robson, An Examination of Sir William Hamilton’s Philosophy), London Review of Books, October 16, 13-14, 1980. 

Review of The Greek Concept of Justice: From Its Shadow in Homer to Its Substance in Plato by Eric Havelock, American Historical Review 85, 605, 1980. 

"The Nature of the Virtues: From Homer to Benjamin Franklin", Hastings Center Report 11:2, 27-34, 1981. 

"Dr. Küng’s Fiasco" (review of Hans Küng, Does God Exist?), London Review of Books, February 5, 7-8, 1981. 

"Strangers" (review of Vincent Descombes, Modern French Philosophy), London Review of Books, April 16, 115-16, 1981. 

"Pluralistic Philosophy" (review of Robert Nozick, Philosophical Explanations), New York Times Book Review 86:38, September 20, 7 & 34, 1981. 

Review of Truth, Love and Immortality: An Introduction to McTaggart’s Philosophy by Peter T. Geach, Ethics 91, 667-68, 1981. 

Review of The Teaching of Ethics in the Social Sciences by Donald P. Warwick, Teaching Philosophy 4:2, 170-71, 1981. 

Review of Early Auden by Edward Mendelson, The Birds of the Air by Alice Thomas Ellis, and A Community of Character by Stanley Hauerwas, Commonweal, December 4, 691, 1981. 

Alasdair MacIntyre and 11 others, Experimentation in the Law: Report of the Federal Judicial Center Advisory Committee on Experimentation to Chief Justice Warren Burger, Federal Judicial Center, 1981. 

"How Moral Agents Became Ghosts, Or Why the History of Ethics Diverged from that of the Philosophy of Mind", Synthese 53, 295-312, 1982. 

"Risk, Harm, and Benefit Assessments as Instruments of Moral Education", in Tom L. Beauchamp et al. eds., Ethical Issues in Social Science Research, Johns Hopkins UP, 1982. 

"Philosophy, the ‘Other’ Disciplines, and Their Histories: A Rejoinder to Richard Rorty", Soundings65:2, 127-45, 1982 (reprinted in J. Tartaglia ed., Richard Rorty vol. 2, Routledge, 2009). 

"Comments on Frankfurt", Synthese 53, 291-94, 1982. 

"Philosophy and its History", Analyse & Kritik: Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften 4:1, 102-13, 1982. 

"Intelligibility, Goods, and Rules", Journal of Philosophy 79, 663-65, 1982. 

"Contemporary Moral Culture", in Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs Annual 1982, Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs, 26-34, 1982. 

"Public Virtue" (review of Garry Wills, Explaining America: The "Federalist", and J. David Hoeveler Jr., James McCosh and the Scottish Intellectual Tradition), London Review of Books, February 18, 14, 1982. 

"Good for Nothing" (review of Elizabeth Dipple, Iris Murdoch: Work for the Spirit), London Review of Books, June 3, 15-16, 1982. 

"Hannah Arendt as Thinker" (review of Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Hannah Arendt: For Love of the World), Commonweal 109:15, September 10, 471-72, 1982. 

"After Bertrand Russell" (review of A.J. Ayer, Philosophy in the Twentieth Century), New York Times Book Review, November 28, 3 & 26, 1982. 

Review of Religion and Public Doctrine in England by Maurice Cowling, Political Theory 10, 129-32, 1982. 

Review of Moral Philosophy at Seventeenth Century Harvard by Norman Fiering, William and Mary Quarterly 39, 687-89, 1982. 

"Moral Rationality, Tradition, and Aristotle: A Reply to Onora O’Neill, Raimond Gaita, and Stephen R.L. Clark", Inquiry 26, 447-66, 1983. 

"The Indispensability of Political Theory", in David Miller & L.A. Siedentop eds., The Nature of Political Theory, Oxford UP, 17-33, 1983. 

"To Whom is the Nurse Responsible?", in Catherine P. Murphy & Howard Hunter eds., Ethical Problems in the Nurse-Patient Relationship, Allyn & Bacon, 78-83, 1983. 

"Moral Arguments and Social Contexts", Journal of Philosophy 80:10, 590-91, 1983 (reprinted as "Moral Arguments and Social Contexts: A Response to Rorty", in Robert Hollinger ed.,Hermenteutics and Practice, University of Notre Dame Press, 1985). 

"The Magic in the Pronoun 'My'" (review of Bernard Williams, Moral Luck), Ethics 94:1, 113-25, 1983. 

Review of Beyond Marxism by Vrajendra Ray Mehta, Political Theory 11, 623-26, 1983. 

Review of Sartre by Peter Caws, Journal of Philosophy 80:12, 813-17, 1983. 

Are There Any Natural Rights? (pamphlet: Charles F. Adams Lecture, 1983), Bowdoin College, 1983. 

"Bernstein’s Distorting Mirrors: A Rejoinder", Soundings 67, 30-41, 1984. 

"After Virtue and Marxism: A Response to Wartofsky", Inquiry 27:2-3, 251-54, 1984. 

"The Relationship of Philosophy to its Past", in Richard Rorty, J.B. Schneewind & Quentin Skinner eds., Philosophy in History: Essays on the Historiography of Philosophy, Cambridge UP, 1984. 

"Does Applied Ethics Rest on a Mistake?", The Monist 67:4, 498-513, 1984. 

"The Claims of After Virtue", Analyse & Kritik: Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften 6:1, 3-7, 1984 (reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998). 

"Philosophy and Politics", in J.L. Capps ed., Philosophy and Human Enterprise: USMA Class of 1951 Lecture Series, 1982-3, United States Military Academy, West Point, 1984. 

Review of David Hume: Common-Sense Moralist, Sceptical Metaphysician by David Fate Norton,Noûs 18, 379-82, 1984. 

Review of Ethica Thomistica: The Moral Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas by Ralph McInerny,Teaching Philosophy 7:2, 168-70, 1984. 

Is Patriotism a Virtue? (pamphlet: E.H. Lindley Lecture, 1984), University of Kansas, 1984 (reprinted in Richard J. Arneson ed., Liberalism vol. 3, Edward Elgar, 1992; Markate Daly,Communitarianism: A New Public Ethics, Wadsworth, 1994; Ronald Beiner ed., Theorizing Nationalism, State University of New York Press, 1995; Michael Rosen & Jonathan Wolff eds.,Political Thought, Oxford UP, 1999; German trans., "Ist Patriotismus eine Tugend?", inKommunitarismus, Campus, 1993; Czech trans., "Je patriotismus ctnosti?", in Janos Kis ed.,Soucasna politicka filosofie, 1997). 

"Rights, Practices and Marxism: Reply to Six Critics", Analyse & Kritik: Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften 7, 234-48, 1985. 

"Relativism, Power, and Philosophy", Proceedings of the American Philosophical Association 59:2, 5-22, 1985 (reprinted in Kenneth Baynes, James Bohman & Thomas McCarthy eds., After Philosophy: End or Transformation?, MIT Press, 1987). 

"How Psychology Makes Itself True - or False", in Sigmund Koch & David E. Leary eds., A Century of Psychology as Science, McGraw-Hill, 1985. 

Review of The Moral Psychology of the Virtues by N.J.H. Dent, Review of Politics 47:3, 436-38, 1985. 

Review of The Legitimacy of the Modern Age by Hans Blumenberg, American Journal of Sociology90, 924-6, 1985. 

Review of Goods and Virtues by Michael Slote, Faith and Philosophy 2:2, 204-07, 1985. 

"Positivism, Sociology and Practical Reasoning: Notes on Durkheim’s Suicide", in Alan Donagan, Anthony N. Perovich Jr. & Michael V. Wedin eds., Human Nature and Natural Knowledge: Essays Presented to Marjorie Grene on the Occasion of her Seventy-Fifth Birthday, Kluwer, 1986. 

"Which God Ought We to Obey and Why?", Faith and Philosophy 3:4, 359-71, 1986. 

"The Intelligibility of Action", in Joseph Margolis, M. Kraus & R.M. Burian eds., Rationality, Relativism and the Human Sciences, Martinus Nijhoff, 63-80, 1986. 

"The Humanities and the Conflicts Of and With Traditions", in Tamar March & Gary E. Overvold eds., Interpreting the Humanities, Woodrow Wilson Educational Foundation, Princeton University, 1986. 

Review of Slavery and Human Progress by David Brion Davis, and Bribes by John T. Noonan Jr.,Ethics 96, 429-31, 1986. 

Review of The Theory of Will in Classical Antiquity by Albrecht Dihle, Ancient Philosophy 6, 242-45, 1986. 

How to Be a North American (pamphlet), Federation of State Humanities Councils, 1987. 

"The Idea of an Educated Public", in Graham Haydon ed., Education and Values: The Richard Peters Lectures, Institute of Education, University of London, 1987 (Spanish trans., "La idea de un público educado", Revista de Education 292, 119-36, 1990; "La idea de una communida ilustrada",Diàlogo Filosósofico 21, 324-42, 1991; German trans., "Die Idee einer gebildeten Offentlichkeit",Zeitschrift für Padagogik 28, 1992). 

"Philosophy: Past Conflicts and Future Direction", Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association supp. to vol. 61, 81-87, 1987. 

"Practical Rationalities as Forms of Social Structure", Irish Journal of Philosophy 4, 3-19, 1987 (reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998). 

"Post-Skinner and Post-Freud: Philosophical Causes of Scientific Disagreements", in H. Tristram Engelhardt Jr., & Arthur L. Caplan eds., Scientific Controversies: Case Studies in the Resolution and Closure of Disputes in Science and Technology, Cambridge UP, 1987. 

"Can One Be Unintelligible to Oneself?", in Christopher McKnight & Marcel Stchedroff eds.,Philosophy in its Variety: Essays in Memory of François Bordet, Queen’s University of Belfast, 23-37, 1987. 

"John Niemeyer Findlay", Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 16, 4-7, 1987. 

"Traditions and Conflicts", Liberal Education 73:5, 6-13, 1987. 

"Sôphrosunê: How a Virtue Can Become Socially Disruptive", in Peter A. French, Theodore E. Uehling & Howard K Wettstein eds., Ethical Theory: Character and Virtue, University of Notre Dame Press (Midwest Studies in Philosophy 13, 1-11), 1988. 

"Imaginative Universals and Historical Falsification: A Rejoinder to Professor Verene", New Vico Studies 6, 21-30, 1988. 

"How to Teach Belief?", The Maine Scholar 1, 17-30, 1988. 

"Rival Justices, Competing Rationalities", This World 21, Spring, 78-87, 1988.

"Poetry as Political Philosophy: Notes on Burke and Yeats", in Verene Bell & Laurence Lerner eds.,On Modern Poetry: Essays Presented to Donald Davie, Vanderbilt UP, 1988 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 2: Ethics and Politics). 

Review of Visions of Virtue in Tokugawa Japan: The Kaitokudo Merchant Academy of Osaka by Tetsuo Najita, Ethics 98:3, 587-88, 1988. 

The Objectivity of Good (pamphlet; Kathryn Fraser MacKay Memorial Lecture, 1988), St. Lawrence University, 1993. 

Alasdair MacIntyre & Eduardo Nolla Blanco, "Qué puede aprender la Nueva Europa de la vieja América?", Vientiuno 1, 74-85, 1989.

"The Gifford Lectures: Some Modest Proposals", Scots Philosophical Newsletter 3, October, 4-6, 1989.

Review of Human Character and Morality by Stephen D. Hudson, Noûs 23, 389-90, 1989. 

Papers, 1990s

"Moral Dilemmas"Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 50 supp. vol. 1, 367-82, 1990. 

"Individual and Social Morality in Japan and the United States: Rival Conceptions of the Self",Philosophy East and West 40, 489-97, 1990. 

"The Privatization of Good: An Inaugural Lecture", Review of Politics 52, 344-61, 1990 (reprinted in C. F. Delaney ed., The Liberalism-Communitarianism Debate: Liberty and Community Values, Rowman & Littlefield, 1-17, 1994; German trans., "Die Privatisierung des Gutens", in Axel Honneth ed., Pathologien des Sozialen: Die Aufgaben der Sozialphilosophie, Fischer, 1994). 

"Rejoinder to My Critics, Especially Solomon", Review of Politics 52, 375-77, 1990. 

"The Form of the Good, Tradition and Enquiry", in Raimond Gaita ed., Value and Understanding: Essays for Peter Winch, Routledge, 1990. 

"The Return to Virtue Ethics" and, in debate with John Finnis, "Pastoral Concerns: Faith, Natural Law and Virtue", both in Russell E. Smith ed., The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Vatican II: A Look Back and a Look Ahead, The Pope John Center, 1990. 

"Después de Tras la Virtud", Atlántida 1:4, 87-95, 1990. 

Review of Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity by Richard Rorty, Journal of Philosophy 87, 708-11, 1990. 

Review of The Abuse of Casuistry: A History of Moral Reasoning by Albert R. Jonsen & Stephen Toulmin, Journal of the History of Philosophy 28:4, 634-35, 1990. 

"Community, Law, and the Idiom and Rhetoric of Rights", Listening: Journal of Religion and Culture 26, 96-110, 1991. 

"Précis of Whose Justice? Which Rationality?", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 51:1, 149-52, 1991 (reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998). 

"Reply to Roque", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 51:3, 619-20, 1991. 

"Reply to Dahl, Baier and Schneewind", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 51, 169-78, 1991. 

"I"m Not a Communitarian, But...", The Responsive Community 1:3, 91-92, 1991. 

"Persons and Human Beings" (review of Christopher Gill ed., The Person and the Human Mind: Issues in Ancient and Modern Philosophy), Arion third series 1:3, 188-94, 1991. 

"How to Seem Virtuous Without Actually Being So", Centre for the Study of Cultural Valuesoccasional papers series no.1, Lancaster University, 1991 (reprinted in J. Mark Halstead & Terence H. McLaughlin eds., Education in Morality, Routledge, 1999). 

"Nietzsche O Aristotele?", in Giovanna Borradori, Conversazioni Americane, Editori Laterza, 1991 (English trans., "Nietzsche or Aristotle?", in Borradori, The American Philosopher: Conversations with Quine, Davidson, Putnam, Nozick, Danto, Rorty, Cavell, MacIntyre, and Kuhn, University of Chicago Press, 1994; reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998). 

"How is Intellectual Excellence in Philosophy to be Understood by a Catholic Philosopher? What has Philosophy to Contribute to Catholic Intellectual Excellence?", Current Issues in Catholic Higher Education 12:1, 47-50, 1991. 

MacIntyre, Alasdair, "Incommensurability, Truth, and the Conversation Between Confucians and Aristotelians About the Virtues", in Eliot Deutsch ed., Culture and Modernity: East-West Philosophic Perspectives, University of Hawaii Press, 104-22, 1991. 

"An Interview With Alasdair MacIntyre", Cogito 5, 67-73, 1991 (conducted by Gordon Reddiford & William Watts Miller; reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998, and in Andrew Pyle ed., Key Philosophers in Conversation: The Cogito Interviews, Routledge, 1999). 

Review of The Tradition of Scottish Philosophy by Alexander Broadie, Philosophical Quarterly 41, 258-60, 1991. 

"Jewish Solutions for a Fragmented Society" (review of Jonathan Sacks, The Persistence of Faith),The Tablet, February 23, 240-42, 1991. 

Review of Newman After a Hundred Years, ed. Ian Ker & Alan G. Hill, Philosophical Books 32, 154-56, 1991. 

Review of An Introduction to Metaphysics of Knowledge by Yves R. Simon, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 65, 112-14, 1991. 

Review of The Fabric of Character: Aristotle’s Theory of Virtue by Nancy Sherman, Mind, 100, 415-16, 1991. 

Review of The Idea of Political Theory: Reflections on the Self in Political Time and Place by Tracy B. Strong, Ethics 101, 878-79, 1991. 

Review of Philosophy and the Spontaneous Philosophy of the Scientists and Other Essays by Louis Althusser, Isis 82:3, 603-04, 1991. 

Review of Moral and Spiritual Cultivation in Japanese Neo-Confucianism: The Life and Thought of Kaibara Ekken, 1630 - 1714 by Mary Evelyn Tucker, Ethics 101:2, 441, 1991. 

"Colors, Cultures, and Practices", in Peter A. French, Theodore E.Uehling Jr., & Howard K. Wettstein eds., The Wittgenstein Legacy, University of Notre Dame Press (Midwest Studies in Philosophy 17, 1-23), 1992 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 1: The Tasks of Philosophy). 

"Plain Persons and Moral Philosophy: Rules, Virtues and Goods", American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 66:1, 3-19, 1992 (reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998; Spanish trans., "Persona corriente y filosofia moral: reglas, virtudes y bienes", Convivium 5, 63-80, 1993). 

"What Has Not Happened in Moral Philosophy", Yale Journal of Criticism 5:2, 193-99, 1992. 

"Democracy: Ancient, Modern and Post Modern" (review of Thomas L. Pangle, The Ennobling of Democracy: The Challenge of the Postmodern Age), Review of Politics 54, 311-13, 1992. 

"Victims of Modernity" (review of Ross Poole, Morality and Modernity), Radical Philosophy 60, 57-58, 1992. 

Review of Mind in Action by Amélie Oksenberg Rorty, Noûs 26, 101-02, 1992. 

Review of The Moral Virtues and Theological Ethics by Romanus Cessario, The Thomist 56:2, 339-44, 1992. 

Review of Cultural Otherness: Correspondence with Richard Rorty by Anindita Niyogi Balslev,Philosophy East and West 42:4, 682-84, 1992. 

Moral Philosophy and Contemporary Social Practice: What Holds Them Apart?, Arbejdspapir 113, Center for Cultural Research, University of Åarhus, 1992 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre,Selected Essays vol. 1: The Tasks of Philosophy). 

"Virtue Ethics", in Lawrence C. Becker & Charlotte B. Becker eds., Encyclopedia of Ethics vol. 2, Garland Publishers / St. James Press, 1992. 

"The Theses on Feuerbach: A Road Not Taken", in Carol C. Gould & Robert S. Cohen eds.,Artifacts, Representations and Social Practice, Kluwer, 1993 (reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998). 

"Miller’s Foucault, Foucault’s Foucault", Salmagundi 97, 54-60, 1993. 

"Are Philosophical Problems Insoluble? The Relevance of System and History", in Patricia Cook ed., Philosophical Imagination and Cultural Memory: Appropriating Historical Traditions, Duke UP, 1993. 

"Which World Do You See?" (review of Iris Murdoch, Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals), New York Times Book Review, January 3, 9, 1993. 

Review of Moral Education in Aristotle by Gerard Verbeke, Ancient Philosophy 13:1, 220-21, 1993.

Review of Moral Absolutes: Tradition, Revision and Truth by John Finnis, Ethics 103:4, 811-12, 1993.

"Ethical Dilemmas: Notes from Outside the Field", Anthropology Newsletter 34:7, 5-6, 1993.

"Some Sceptical Doubts", in Steven M. Cahn ed., Affirmative Action and the University, Temple UP, 1993. 

"How Can We Learn What Veritatis Splendor Has to Teach?", The Thomist 58:2, 171-95, 1994. 

"Hume, Testimony to Miracles, the Order of Nature, and Jansenism", in J. J. MacIntosh & H. A. Meynell eds., Faith, Scepticism and Personal Identity: A Festschrift for Terence Penelhum, University of Calgary Press, 82-99, 1994. 

"Critical Remarks on The Sources of the Self by Charles Taylor", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 54, 187-90, 1994. 

"A Partial Response to My Critics", in John Horton & Susan Mendus eds., After MacIntyre: Critical Perspectives on the Work of Alasdair MacIntyre, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1994. 

"My Station and its Virtues", Journal of Philosophical Research 19, 1-8, 1994. 

"Moral Relativism, Truth and Justification", in Moral Truth and Moral Tradition: Essays in Honour of Peter Geach and Elizabeth Anscombe, Luke Gormally ed., Four Courts Press, 1994 (reprinted in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998, and in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 1: The Tasks of Philosophy). 

"Kinesis Interview With Alasdair MacIntyre" (conducted by Thomas D. Pearson), Kinesis 20, 34-47, 1994 (reprinted in Kinesis 23, 40-50, 1996). 

Review of Political Psychology by Jon Elster, Ethics 105, 183-85, 1994. 

Review of From Morality to Virtue by Michael Slote, Ancient Philosophy, 14:2, 410-11, 1994. 

Review of After the Demise of the Tradition: Rorty, Critical Theory, and the Fate of Philosophy by Kai Nielsen, International Studies in Philosophy, 26:4, 151-52, 1994. 

"The Spectre of Communitarianism", Radical Philosophy 70, 34-35, 1995.

"Truthfulness, Lies, and Moral Philosophers: What Can We Learn from Mill and Kant?", in Grethe B. Peterson ed., The Tanner Lectures on Human Values vol. 16, University of Utah Press, 307-61, 1995 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 2: Ethics and Politics).

"Thomism and Philosophical Debate", The Maritain Notebook 3:2, Fall, 1995: 1-2.

"An Extended Conversation", in Stoddard Martin ed., Colin Haycraft, 1929-94: Maverick Publisher, Duckworth, 1995.

"Histories of Moral Philosophy", in Ted Honderich ed., The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford UP, 1995. 

"Lying", in Ted Honderich ed., The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford UP, 1995. 

Review of Prospects for a Common Morality, ed. Gene Outka & John P. Reeder, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 55:2, 484-87, 1995. 

"MacIntyre … A philosophical self-portrait", in Thomas Mautner ed., The Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy, Blackwell, 1996 (repub. in 2nd edn., 2005).

"Natural Law as Subversive: The Case of Aquinas", Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies26, 61-83, 1996 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 2: Ethics and Politics). 

"To Live and Let Live" (review of John Gray, Enlightenment’s Wake: Politics and Culture at the Close of the Modern Age), Review of Politics 58, 807-09, 1996. 

Review of The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, ed. Robert Audi, and The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy by Simon Blackburn, Philosophical Books 37:3, 183-86, 1996. 

Review of Philosophy in an Age of Pluralism: The Philosophy of Charles Taylor in Question, ed. James Tully, Philosophical Quarterly 46:185, 522-24, 1996. 

"Foreward", in Frederick L. Will, ed. Kenneth R. Westphal, Pragmatism and Realism, Rowman & Littlefield, 1996. 

"Wahre Selbsterkenntnis durch Verstehen unserer selbst aus der Perspektive anderer" (interview conducted by Dmitri Nikulin), Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 44, 671-83, 1996 (Russian trans. in Voprosy Filosofii 1, 91-100, 1996; English trans., by Tracey Rowland, "Reflections of a Romantic Thomist: Alasdair MacIntyre's Interview with Dmitri Nikulin", Political Theory Newsletter 9:1, 47-55, 1998). 

"Natural Law Reconsidered" (review of Anthony J. Lisska, Aquinas’s Theory of Natural Law: An Analytic Reconstruction), International Philosophical Quarterly 37, 95-99, 1997. 

Review of Critical Theory by David Couzens Hoy & Thomas McCarthy, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 57:2, 485-87, 1997. 

Review of Philosophical Arguments by Charles Taylor, Philosophical Quarterly 47:186, 94-96, 1997. 

Review of Emotions in Asian Thought: A Dialogue in Comparative Philosophy, ed. Joel Marks & Roger T. Ames, Journal of Asian Studies 56:3, 749-50, 1997. 

Review of The Morals of Modernity and The Romantic Legacy by Charles Larmore, Journal of Philosophy 94:9, 485-90, 1997. 

"Foreword", in Joseph Dunne, Back to the Rough Ground: Practical Judgment and the Lure of Technique, University of Notre Dame Press, 1997. 

Alasdair MacIntyre & Hans Fink, "Introduction", in Knud Ejler Løgstrup, The Ethical Demand, University of Notre Dame Press, 1997. 

Review of Aristotle, Kant, and the Stoics: Rethinking Happiness and Duty, ed. Steven Engstrom & Jennifer Whiting, Philosophical Books 38:4, 239-42, 1997.

"Prólogo", in Margarita Mauri et al., Crisis de Valores: Modernidad y Tradición, Edit Euro, Barcelona.

"What Can Moral Philosophers Learn from the Study of the Brain?", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 58:4, 865-69, 1998.

"Foreword", in Tsang Lap-Chuen, The Sublime: Groundwork towards a Theory, University of Rochester Press, 1993.

"Politics, Philosophy and the Common Good", in Kelvin Knight ed., The MacIntyre Reader, Polity Press / University of Notre Dame Press, 1998 (original English text; Italian translation, "Politica, filosofia e bene commune", in Studi Perugini 3, 1997).

"Aquinas’s Critique of Education: Against His Own Age, Against Ours", in Amélie Oksenberg Rorty ed., Philosophers on Education: Historical Perspectives, Routledge, 1998. 

"Social Structures and their Threats to Moral Agency"Philosophy 74:289, 311-329, 1999 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 2: Ethics and Politics). 

"John Case: An Example of Aristotelianism’s Self-Subversion?", in John P. O"Callaghan & Thomas S. Hibbs eds., Recovering Nature: Essays in Natural Philosophy, Ethics, and Metaphysics in Honor of Ralph McInerny, University of Notre Dame Press, 1999. 

"Foreword", in Edward F. Mooney ed., Wilderness and the Heart: Henry Bugbee’s Philosophy of Place, Presence, and Memory, University of Georgia Press, 1999. 

"Preface", in Babette E. Babich & R. S. Cohen eds., Nietzsche, Epistemology, and Philosophy of Science: Nietzsche and the Sciences II, Kluwer, 1999. 

"Moral Pluralism without Moral Relativism", in Klaus Brinkmann ed., The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy vol. 1: Ethics, Philosophy Documentation Center, 1999. 

"Some Enlightenment Projects Reconsidered" in R. Kearney & M. Dooley eds., Questioning Ethics: Contemporary Debates in Philosophy, Routledge, 1999 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 2: Ethics and Politics). 

"Toleration and the Goods of Conflict", in Susan Mendus ed., The Politics of Toleration, University of Edinburgh Press, 1999 (reprinted in Alasdair MacIntyre, Selected Essays vol. 2: Ethics and Politics). 

"The Recovery of Moral Agency?" in Harvard Divinity Bulletin, April 16, 1999 (reprinted in John Wilson ed., The Best Christian Writing 2000, HarperCollins, 2000).