Moral philosophy : an historical and critical survey of the great systems / Jacques Maritain.


New York : Scribner, [1964] .

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Standard Title Philosophie morale. English
Subjects Ethics -- History.
Ethics.
Morale -- Histoire.
Description xii, 468 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Philosophical ethics from Socrates to Sartre.
Contents Preface -- Part one: The adventures of reason -- 1. The discovery of ethics: Socrates -- The discovery of ethics: Plato -- The discovery of ethics: Aristotle -- Ethics triumphant: Stoics and Epicureans -- Christians and philosophy: The impact of Christianity on moral philosophy -- Christianity and philosophy; the ethics of Kant -- Part two: The great illusions: post-Kantian dialecticism -- Hegelian Idealism: Hegel and wisdom -- Hegelian idealism: Hegel and the human person -- Sittlichkeit -- Hegelian Idealism: Hegel's God -- Dialectical Materialism: Marx and his school -- Positivism and human knowledge: Auguste Comte and the age of relativism -- Positivism and human conduct: Auguste Comte -- the high priest of humanity -- The ethics of messianic positivism -- Part Three: Moral philosophy's crisis of re-orientation -- Person and liberty -- closed cosmic morality and open cosmic morality -- Brief remarks in conclusion.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)375294
(OCoLC)ocm00375294
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WorldCat Identities Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973.
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