Ethical theory; the problems of normative and critical ethics.

Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1959.

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Subjects Ethics.
Normen (menswetenschappen)
Series Prentice-Hall philosophy series.
Description 538 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Ethical theory : its nature and purpose -- Two tests of ethical principles : consistency and generality -- Can science solve all ethical problems? -- The use of authority in ethics -- Ethical systems in different cultures and their development -- The development of ethical values in the individual -- Ethical naturalism -- Nonnatural properties -- Noncognitivism : the job of ethical sentences is not to state facts -- The justification of ethical beliefs -- Ethical relativism -- Things worthwhile in themselves : (A) enjoyments -- Things worthwhile in themselves : (B) pluralist theories -- Moral obligation and personal interest -- Moral obligation and general welfare -- Distributive justice -- Human rights -- Moral assessments of actions and persons -- Retributive justice and criminal law -- Ethics and determinism.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)710678
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WorldCat Identities Brandt, Richard B.
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