Freedom and Reason

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OUP Oxford, Jun 17, 1965 - Philosophy - 236 pages
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Proceeds in a logical fashion to show how, when thinking morally, a man can be both free and rational.
 

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Dense, but vastly underrated recent philosopher. Explains how one can be a "Kantian utilitarian." Read full review

Contents

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7 Utilitarianism
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3 Principles
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4 Ought and Can
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5 Backsliding
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Part II Moral Reasoning
6 A Moral Argument
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8 Ideals
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9 Toleration and Fanaticism
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Part III From Theory to Practice
10 Logic and Morals
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11 A Practical Example
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1 The Capabilities of Different Races
3 What It Is Like to Be a Member of a Certain Race
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