v7n1: Sportiello on Macintyre and Wyma on Investment AdvisingPosted: March 13, 2019 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
Macintyre and Wyma on Investment Advising, by Daniel Sportiello
A COMMENTARY ON Keith Wyma (2015), “The Case for Investment Advising as a Virtue-Based Practice,” J Bus Ethics 127(1): 231–249.
In “The Case for Investment Advising,” Keith Wyma argues that investment advising is what Alasdair MacIntyre calls a “practice”—that is, it is an activity marked by what MacIntyre calls an “internal good.” In this Commentary, though, I argue that Wyma seriously misunderstands what internal goods are.
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Daniel John Sportiello is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Mary in North Dakota