Volume 40, no. 1, January 2019 85 difficulty of getting rid of a theism of the exception within the framework of a relational ontology. The problem is that the whole as such can function as the exception, and so the very thing that might create liberation—life-and-death struggle—is ruled out, or drowned out by the overwhelming force of normative relationality: we’re all in this together, after all. but, what if we’re not? Loyalty to Loyalty: Josiah Royce and the Genuine Moral Life. m athew A. f oust. new y ork: f ordham university Press, 2012, 236 pp. $55. (r eviewed by Jacob goodson, southwestern college) d oes Josiah r oyce’s (1855–1916) defense of loyalty hold any relevance for us in the twenty-first century? mathew A. f oust thinks that it does. business ethics, the ethics of warfare, and moral interpretation of twenty-first-century fiction: these are the three areas where f oust applies a r oycean understanding of loyalty. While f oust offers a persuasive case for the relevance and viability of r oyce’s account of loyalty in the twenty-first century, my primary criticism of f oust’s book concerns his acceptance of r oyce’s equation of duties and virtues. in what
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