Twentieth century ethical theory
An exceptional array of more than fifty chronologically arranged, complete, unabridged selections-representing many of the most influential and controversial papers in twentieth-century ethical theory.
89 pages matching word in this book
Results 1-3 of 89
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Meaning of Good and Bad
48 other sections not shown
accept action actual agent agreement analysis answer argue argument Aristotle assert attitude beliefs characteristics circumstances claim Code theory conception concerned consequences consider course defined definist fallacy definition derived disagreement discussion distinction duty egoist emotivism ethical judgments ethical statements example existence express facie fact feelings G. E. M. Anscombe G. E. Moore human hypothetical imperatives ideal observer individual institution interests intrinsic intuition intuitionism involved judge justice justified kind logical matter means ments merely moral code moral judgments moral philosophy moral realism moral rules motive naturalistic fallacy nature non-cognitivist notion object obligation one's particular person philosophers pleasure possible practice Principia Ethica principle problem promise proposition psychological Psychological Egoism question rational reason relation relevant seems sense simply situation social society someone sort suppose theory things thought tion true truth utilitarian virtue word wrong