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Richard Cumberland I
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Their Relation to Utilitarianism
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ABRAHAM TUCKER abstract admit altruism appear argument Associationist attempt benevolence Bentham chapter character common conduct considered course Cumberland Data of Ethics Deontology desire difficulty Dissertation distinction doctrine earlier egoism Empiricism essay ethical system ethical theory Ethology evolution explain fact feeling follows greatest happiness Hartley Hedonism Hobbes human nature Hume Hume's Ibid idea imply important individual Inquiry interest internal sanction Intuitionism intuitive J. S. Mill James Mill justice later Laws of Nature logical means ment merely Methods of Ethics Mill Mill's mind moral sense moralists motive Natural Law necessary object obligation original Paley particular passage perfect Philosophy pleasures and pains position practically present principle Professor Sidgwick psychological question rational reason recognised regarded result says seems self-interest Shaftesbury Social Statics society Spencer supposed sympathy tendency theological things tion Treatise treatment of Ethics truth Tucker ultimate Utilitarianism virtue whole wholly writers