Could it be? The Oklahoma Daily reports that Oklahoma University Professor Linda Zagzebski has received two grants to help her write a book on her new ethical theory, which she calls “Examplarist Virtue Theory.” What’s that, you ask?  Zagzebski will use the grants to take a paid leave of absence to write the book about her Examplarist Virtue Theory, a moral theory that discusses the relationship between people and their exemplars, people who are picked out by the emotion of admiration, she said.  The theory’s basic idea is to define basic moral concepts such as virtue by connecting them to exemplars of moral goodness, Zagzebski said. These exemplars are people who have been singled out through a group’s admiration, she said. Zagzebski is well-published in ethics, epistemology,…