The authors are talented writers who can inspire virtue in its many manifestations (trustworthiness, propriety, empathy, warmth, and respect). They occasionally infuse jargon (phronesis, aretaic, supererogatory, and unsel?ng), and to my eye their gender-sensitive ethics for psychiatrists seems to evince a sociopolitical agenda that may undermine therapeutic neutrality. At the risk of quibbling, I would have preferred consideration of the many recent contributions of Paul Appelbaum and Laura Roberts, who are leading authorities in psychiatric ethics, rather than a vague reference to the 1995 Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry. As a future project, Radden and Sadler could expand their scope and explore the virtuous professional organization (i.e., Should the Association accept pharmaceutical advertising in its journals?) and the virtuous medical center (i.e., Should the hospital deliver charity care in the face of deficits?).