The quest for moral law / by Louise Saxe Eby.


New York : Columbia University Press, 1944.

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Subjects Ethics -- History.
Ethics.
Description viii, 289 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1944.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 265-269) and index.
Contents part 1. Some classic ethical systems: The meaning of moral law -- The Chinese mind in ethics: Confucius -- The radical ethic of Gautama, the Buddha -- Socrates, pioneer of the Western ethical thinkers -- Aristotle's Nicomachean ethics -- Jesus and the Jewish-Christian ethical heritage -- Spanning the realms of nature and grace: Saint Thomas Aquinas -- Pantheism and determinism in the ethic of Benedict de Spinoza -- Kant's construction: the categorical imperative of duty -- The impact of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries on ethics -- part 2. Making ethics a science: The content of moral law -- The problem of ethical method -- Unsolved problems and undiscerned ends in ethics -- The dimensions of ethics -- The aim of ethics.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)945811
(OCoLC)ocm00945811
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WorldCat Identities Eby, Louise Saxe.
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