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|| ch. 1. Introdcution / Tobias Hoffmann, Jorn Muller, and Matthias Perkams -- ch. 2. Historical accuracy in Aquinas's commentary on the "Ethics" / T. H. Irwin -- ch. 3. Structure and method in Aquinas's appropriation of aristotelian ethical theory / Michael Pakaluk -- ch. 4. "Duplex beatitudo " Aristotle's legacy and Aquinas's conception of human happiness / Jorn Muller -- ch. 5. Aquinas on choice, will, and voluntary action / Matthias Perkams -- ch. 6. Losable virtue : Aquinas on character and will / Bonnie Kent -- ch. 7. Aquinas's Aristotelian defense of martyr courage / Jennifer A. Herdt -- ch. 8. Being truthful with (or lying to) others about oneself / Kevin Flannery, S. J. -- ch. 9. Aquinas on Aristotelian justice : defender, destroyer, subverter, or surveyor? / Jeffrey Hause -- ch. 10. Prudence and practical principles / Tobias Hoffinann -- ch. 11. Aquinas on incontinence and psychological weakness / Martin Pickave -- ch. 12. "Philia" and "Caritas" : some aspects of Aquinas's reception of Aristotle's theory of friendship / Mark Fuchs -- ch. 13. Pleasure, a supervenient end / Kevin White -- ch. 14. Aristotle, Aquinas, Anscombe, and the new virtue ethics / Candace Vogler.