Introduction: Naturalist Humanism
Chapter One: Why Should We Be Naturalists?
Chapter Two: Standard Naturalism, The Placement Problem and Companion in Guilt Arguments
Chapter Three: Is the Natural Goodness Approach of Philippa Foot and Michael Thompson a Suitable Candidate for Liberal Naturalism?
Chapter Four: The Possibility of a Transcendental Naturalism
Chapter Five: The Myth of The Biological Given and The Developmentalist Turn
Chapter Six: Virtues as Powers and Perfection
Chapter Seven: Virtue as Skilled Perception
Chapter Eight: Culture as Our Ecological Niche
Chapter Nine: The Burdens of Attentiveness
Chapter Ten: Can There Be Bourgeois Virtues?
Conclusion: Radical Hope and Revolutionary Virtue