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On the Bases of Morals by J Hinton
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A Modern Symposium The Influence upon Morality of
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absolute action altruism argument asceticism beauty believe benevolence Bentham Benthamite called character Christianity conception conduct conscience consciousness course Data of Ethics Deontology desire disinterested divine doctrine duty effect emotion evil evolution existence experience express fact feeling Hedonism Hedonist Helvetius Henry Sidgwick Herbert Spencer human idea impulse individual instinct intellectual internal sanction intuition Intuitionists J. S. Mill James Mill John Mill justice Kant knowledge Leslie Stephen less Lilly man's mankind means merely Mill mind moral faculty moral judgments moral law moral sense motives nature necessary truth object organism pain Panopticon philosophy physical pleasure practical premiss present principle proposition prudence punishment question race reason regard relations religion religious right and wrong rule sanction seems selfish sentiment Sidgwick social society Socrates Spencer suppose supreme Theism theology theory things thought true universal Utilitarianism virtue virtuous whole word