Freedom and Reason (Google eBook)

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Oxford University Press, Jun 17, 1965 - Philosophy - 236 pages
2 Reviews
Proceeds in a logical fashion to show how, when thinking morally, a man can be both free and rational.
  

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User Review  - Jonathan Norton - Goodreads

Hare's continuing development of the prescriptivist model who started in "Language Of Morals" sees him grappling with the realities of moral argument and trying to deal (not too well) with the charge ... Read full review

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User Review  - Josh Paul - Goodreads

Dense, but vastly underrated recent philosopher. Explains how one can be a "Kantian utilitarian." Read full review

Contents

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7 Utilitarianism
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3 Principles
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4 Ought and Can
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5 Backsliding
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Part II Moral Reasoning
6 A Moral Argument
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8 Ideals
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9 Toleration and Fanaticism
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Part III From Theory to Practice
10 Logic and Morals
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11 A Practical Example
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1 The Capabilities of Different Races
3 What It Is Like to Be a Member of a Certain Race
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