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Formalism in ethics and non-formal ethics of values; a new attempt toward the foundation of an ethical personalism [by] Max Scheler.


[5th rev. ed.] Translated by Manfred S. Frings and Roger L. Funk.. Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1973.
ISBN 0810104156, 9780810104150

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Standard Title Formalismus in der Ethik und die materiale Wertethik. English
Subjects Ethics.
Ética.
Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804
Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.
Morale.
Social Values.
Valeurs (Philosophie)
Valores (Filosofía)
Values.
Series Northwestern University studies in phenomenology & existential philosophy.
Description xxxiv, 620 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Translation of Der Formalismus in der Ethik und die materiale Wertethik.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 597-603) and index.
Contents Part 1. I. Non-formal value-ethics and ethics of goods and purposes : 1. Goods and values ; 2. The relation of the values "good" and "evil" to the other values and goods ; 3. Purposes and values -- II. Formalism and apriorism : A. The a priori and the formal in general ; B. The non-formal a priori in ethics : 1. Formal essential interconnections ; 2. Values and bearers of values ; 3. Higher and lower values ; 4. The a priori relations between heights of values and pure bearers of values ; 5. A priori relations of rank among value-modalities -- III. Non-formal ethics and ethics of success.
Part 2. IV. Value-ethics and ethics of imperatives : 1. Unsatisfactory theories of the origin of the concept of value and the essence of moral facts ; 2. Value and the ought -- V. Non-formal value-ethics and eudaemonism : 1. Value and pleasure ; 2. Feeling and feeling-states ; 3. The meaning of the thesis of the relativity and subjectivity of values ; 4. The relativity of values to man ; 5. The relativity of values to life ; 6. The historical relativity of ethical value-estimations and its dimensions ; 7. The so-called conscience subjectivity of moral values ; 8. The stratification of the emotional life ; 9. The interconnections between feeling-states and moral values ; 10. The idea of sanction and reprisal in relation to the connection between happiness and moral values -- VI. Formalism and person : A. On the theoretical conception of the person in general ; B. The person in ethical contexts.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)682364
(OCoLC)ocm00682364
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Scheler, Max, 1874-1928.
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