Aristotle's Ethics: Moral Development & Human Nature

Aristotle's Ethics: Moral Development & Human Nature

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Hope May is associate professor of philosophy at Central Michigan University, where she also serves as the Director of The Center for Professional and Personal Ethics. She received her Ph.D from Michigan State University in 2001. In 2008, she earned her Juris Doctorate degree from Michigan State University College of Law, graduating magna cum laude. Hope is a member of the Michigan Bar, and as a law student, won awards for her work in Legal Interpretation, International Law, First Amendment Law, and Law and Literature. In addition to Aristotle’s Ethics: Moral Development and Human Nature (Continuum, 2010), she is also the author of On Socrates (Wadsworth, 1999). Hope is the recipient of Central Michigan University’s Excellence in Teaching Award. She has envisioned and designed a number of student centered projects including Ethics Talk: A weekly internet radio show and Inspire Michigan!, an ideas competition to help students grow their ideas-for-good in Michigan. She is the President and Founder of The Center for Self-Concordance, a non-profit organization aimed at cultivating and nurturing self-concordance. She is married to Jeffrey Wigand, subject of the academy award nominated film, The Insider.

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