Theories of ethics.


Lincoln, Neb., Johnsen Pub. Company [1961] .

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Subjects Duty.
Ethics.
Description 445 pages
Copyright Date [1961]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- Part I. Non-cognitive theories -- The emotive theory of ethics -- Emotive theory and disagreement in attitude -- Part II. Cognitive interpretations of moral phenomena -- Section 1 Teleological theories -- Introduction -- Psychological hedonism -- Egoistic hedonism -- Universalistic hedonism -- Nietzsche's transvaluation of values -- Moore, Scheler, Hartmann, and the conception of the good -- Section 2: Theories of obligation -- Introduction -- The morality of freedom and human dignity -- The deontologists -- Conclusion -- Toward a reorientation in ethics -- Index.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)375274
(OCoLC)ocm00375274
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WorldCat Identities Werkmeister, W. H. 1901-1993.
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