Articles by Alexandra M. Sakellariouv

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2015, Vol. 12 No. 1
Published by Discussions
There has been a modern revival of interest in virtue ethics as a plausible moral theory. There has been dissatisfaction with the way many modern moral theories emphasize moral obligation and law at the expense, some argue, of the individual (Slote... Read Article »

Alexandra is currently a student at McGill University in the Joint Honors Political Science and Philosophy program with a minor in Sexual Diversity Studies. She is an aspiring writer and regularly contributes to various international publications including Her Campus, The Prospect, and Unwritten. Her work has been featured in publications such as The Huffington Post and Elite Daily as well as several of her academic pieces have been published in The McGill Pre Law Review and the McGill International Review. Alexandra is currently the Editor-In-Chief of the McGill Ambassadors Program and is an Editor for the Canadian political publication The True North Times. In her future, Alexandra hopes to pursue a law degree and eventually work in the criminal justice system while still contributing to the academic community. She hopes her written work will one day be able to influence dialogue and discussion as well as further academic exploration in related fields.

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