The Development of Ethics, 3 [electronic resource] : From Kant to Rawls
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- Oxford : OUP Oxford, 2009.
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- Ethics -- History. (search)
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- This book is a selective historical and critical study of moral philosophy in the Socratic tradition, with special attention to Aristotelian naturalism. It discusses the main topics of moral philosophy as they have developed historically, including: the human good, human nature, justice, friendship, and morality; the methods of moral inquiry; the virtues and their connexions; will, freedom, and responsibility; reason and emotion; relativism, subjectivism, and realism; thetheological aspect of morality. The first volume discusses ancient and mediaeval moral philosophy. The second volume examine
- Contents; Abbreviations; 66. Kant: Practical Laws; 67. Kant: From Practical Laws to Morality; 68. Kant: Some Objections and Replies; 69. Kant: Freedom; 70. Kant: From Freedom to Morality; 71. Kant: Morality and the Good; 72. Kant: Meta-Ethical Questions; 73. Hegel: History and Theory; 74. Hegel: Morality and Beyond; 75. Marx and Idealist Moral Theory; 76. Schopenhauer; 77. Kierkegaard; 78. Nietzsche; 79. Mill: Earlier Utilitarianism and its Critics; 80. Mill: A Revised Version of Utilitarianism; 81. Sidgwick: Methods and Sources; 82. Sidgwick: The Examination of Methods
83. Sidgwick: Axioms of Morality84. Bradley; 85. Green; 86. Moore; 87. Ross; 88. Logical Empiricism and Emotivism; 89. Lewis; 90. Hare: A Defence of Non-Cognitivism; 91. Existentialism; 92. Revivals of Non-Cognitivism; 93. Objectivity and its Critics; 94. Versions of Naturalism; 95. Rawls: The Just, the Fair, and the Right; 96. Rawls: The Right and the Good; Bibliography; Index
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