Modern Virtue

Mary Wollstonecraft and a Tradition of Dissent

Emily Dumler-Winckler

AAR Reflection and Theory in the Study of Religion

  • Offers a significant new interpretation of Wollstonecraft as a religious thinker
  • Presents a novel account of modern virtues as an extension of an ancient tradition of dissent
  • Addresses a number of central debates in religious ethics and moral and political theology today
  • Argues for Wollstonecraft's place in the canon of moral and political theology, where she has been previously ignored


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