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Henry Sidgwick and the Methods of Ethics
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abstract action actual entities actual world Adventures of Ideas agent Alfred North Whitehead analogy analysis argues argument Aristotelian Aristotle Aristotle's Beauty C. D. Broad Cambridge Moralists character claim clear Coleridge Coleridge's common common-sense morality conception conclusion connection criticism critique desire direct intuition discussion distinction Dualism of Practical eternal object Ethical Egoism ethical theory Euclidean Geometry example experience express fact feeling Foresight Freedom further Green happiness Harmony Henry Sidgwick human ibid individual interpretation Intuitionism intuitions of common-sense investigation mathematics metaphysical Methods of Ethics Mill Mill's moral intuitions moral sense Nicomachean Ethics notes notion particular person philosophical Plato pleasure Practical Reason prehension Principle of Equity Principle of Rational Process and Reality proposition Psychological Egoism Psychological Hedonism question Rational Benevolence Rational Prudence relation Schneewind seems Sidgwick's view simply Social Verification society sort suppose things true ultimate Universal Hedonism Utilitarianism virtue Whewell Whitehead writes Whitehead's view Whiteheadian