Formalism in Ethics and Non-formal Ethics of Values: A New Attempt Toward the Foundation of an Ethical Personalism

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Northwestern University Press, 1973 - Philosophy - 620 pages
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A lengthy critique of Kant's apriorism precedes discussions on the ethical principles of eudaemonism, utilitarianism, pragmatism, and positivism.
 

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Contents

Introductory Remarks
5
Formalism and Apriorism 745
45
and Pure Bearers of Values
100
NonFormal Ethics and Ethics of Success
111
ValueEthics and Ethics of Imperatives
163
Value and the Ought
203
NonFormal ValueEthics and Eudaemonism
239
jectivity of Values
265
g NonFormal A Priori Principles of Explanatory
424
B The Person in Ethical Contexts
476
The Autonomy of the Person
494
Our Concept of the Person in Relation to Other Forms
501
Individual Person and Collective Person
519
Intimate Person and Social Person
561
a The Law of the Origin of the Prevailing
572
b The Idea of Ordered Ranks among Pure
583

b All Volitional Directions toward the Realization
348
The Idea of Sanction and Reprisal in Relation to
354
Formalism and Person
370
e Lived Body and Environment
398
f Ego and Lived Body Association or Dissociation
415
Bibliography
597
ix
600
Name Index
605
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Max Ferdinand Scheler (August 22, 1874 – May 19, 1928) was a German philosopher known for his work in phenomenology, ethics, and philosophical anthropology.

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