I know normative ethics is traditionally divided into 3 main branches: deontology, consequentialism, and virtue ethics. However, it seems to me that although they are most often presented as mutually exclusive normative theories, they can also be interpreted as partly overlapping, or simply as different languages used to make similar or even identical prescriptions. Are there any philosophers who defend this more "compatibilistic" view? Is there any name for this view? Are there any resources on this?