Note that “the narrative self” is a Communitarian theory, which the Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines as “the idea that human identities are largely shaped by different kinds of constitutive communities (or social relations) and that this conception of human nature should inform our moral and political judgments as well as policies and institutions.” As Macintyre defines his version of this view (the narrative self) on page 222 of your book “I am someone’s son or daughter, someone’s cousin or uncle; I belong to this clan, that tribe, this nation. Hence what is good for me has to be good for one who inhabits those role

Explain what the relationship is between “personal Identity”  and “moral individualism” vs “the narrative self.”

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