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Part One Sources of Moral
Marx and Mannheim
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A. J. Ayer action aesthetic appeal B. F. Skinner basic basis behavior called capital punishment Chapter cognitive concept concerned consequences course criticism cultural cultural relativism Darwin derived desire Dewey distinction distinguished duty economic ethical theory example experience fact feeling Freud Friedrich Engels G. E. Moore H. L. A. Hart Hare hedonism hedonistic Ideology and Utopia individual instinct interest theory involved John Dewey jurisprudential kind language later logic Mannheim Marx and Engels means ment Metaphysic moral deliberation moral judgments moral skepticism Notes to pages object one's Perry person pleasure principle Prall predicates prevailing problem Professor prudential Psychoanalysis psychology punishment question R. M. Hare reasons reference relativism relativists role Ross sense of injustice sense of obligation situation skepticism society standards statements Strachey suggested superego surely sympathy Theory of Value tion transcendent truth understanding utilitarianism value judgments words York