The moral ideals of our civilization, by Radoslav A. Tsanoff.

New York, E.P. Dutton and Company, Incorporated, 1942.

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Subjects Civilisation occidentale.
Ethics -- History.
Morale -- Histoire.
Description xix, 636 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1942.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents part 1. The foundations of our morality: chapter 1. The moral ideas of classical antiquity --- chapter 2. The Christian ethics of salvation -- chapter 3. Medieval culture and the scholastic method -- chapter 4. The Renaissance: revolt against authority -- chapter 5. The Reformation: protest of the aroused conscience -- part 2. Modern ethics: to the time of the French Revolution: chapter 6. The beginnings of modern ethics -- chapter 7. Moral principles and social order -- chapter 8. Hobbes' Leviathan -- chapter 9. The English reaffirmation of principle and law -- chapter 10. The ethics of French rationalism -- chapter 11. The ethics of Spinoza -- chapter 12. Scepticism and optimism: compromising orthodoxy -- chapter 13. The proverbs of misanthropy -- chapter 14. Eternal principles and divine providence -- chapter 15. Conscience and moral law -- chapter 16. Moral sense optimism -- chapter 17. The early British utilitarians -- chapter 18. The ethics of sympathy -- chapter 19. The French Enlightenment -- chapter 20. On the eve of the French Revolution: materialistic and romantic morals -- part 3. The nineteenth century and ours: chapter 21. Kant's reconstruction of the moral problem: the ethics of duty -- chapter 22. From Lessing to Goethe -- chapter 23. The idealistic quest of spiritual unity -- chapter 24. Social realization of personality: Hegel's philosophy of right -- chapter 25. The moral gospel of pessimism -- chapter 26. The realistic reaction in German thought -- chapter 27. Revision of ideals after the French Revolution -- chapter 28. The growth of British liberalism -- chapter 29. The moral outlook of New England and the spreading American scene -- chapter 30. French positivism in morals -- chapter 31. Utilitarianism and social reform -- chapter 32. Ethics and the theory of evolution -- chapter 33. Social and religious criticism in its moral bearings -- chapter 34. The ethics of socialism -- chapter 35. Revival of idealism, the ethics of self-realization -- chapter 36. Ethical issues in contemporary thought.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1082121
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Tsanoff, Radoslav Andrea, 1887-
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