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COMMON TRAITS OF THE CLASSICAL SYSTEMS OF ETHICS AN INTRODUCTORY LETTER ABOUT WHAT WILL NOT BE SAID
FIVE EPISTEMOLOGICAL NOTES ABOUT GOOD AND EVIL
2 The ideals
3 The logical role of the ideals
4 The essence of the good the meaningless
5 The development of the epistemology of morality
THE ETHICS OF DECISIONS A DIALOG ON DEMYSTIFIED ETHICS
in no way does zoology consist only of such statements and descriptions
9 I believe that I am able to move toward a logic of ethics
FIVE LOGICOMATHEMATICAL NOTES ON VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS
3 Disjunctive norms
4 A PERSONS DEMANDS ON HIMSELF AND ON OTHERS
5 Several modes of behavior
LOGIC IMAGINATION REALITY EVALUATIONS A CONCLUDING LETTER ABOUT WHAT HAS BEEN SAID
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3 You probably consider the truths of morality and ethics to be intelligible in the same way as those of geometry This was clearly Platos thought whe...
4 But I fail to see an analogy in the following respect According to you the various geometries are incompatible But as to the various systems of nor...
5 But then what motivates a person to accept a definite system of norms?
7 By no means however can you ignore the role of faith which is seen to be of such great importance in the adoption of moral systems I would have ...
8 This interpretation will probably also be acceptable to the believer But from the point of view of scientific ethics I am not satisfied with your remar...
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Morality, Decision and Social Organization: Toward a Logic of Ethics
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