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The flight from authority : religion, morality, and the quest for autonomy / Jeffrey Stout.


Notre Dame : University of Notre Dame Press, [1981] .
ISBN 0268009546

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Other Title Religion, morality, and the quest for autonomy
Subjects Authority.
Autonomie (algemeen)
Autonomie.
Autorité
Christelijke ethiek.
Connaissance, Théorie de la.
Ethics.
Ethik.
Gezag.
Kennistheorie.
Knowledge, Theory of.
Moraal.
Morale.
Religion -- Philosophie.
Religion -- Philosophy.
Series Revisions.
Description xii, 307 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1981]
©1981
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. Philosophy after authority : 1. Descartes, the father -- 2. Placing the father -- 3. Displacing the father -- 4. Explicating knowledge
II. Theism after authority : 5. Unfounded criticism -- 6. From mystery to paradox -- 7. Paradox lost, paradox regained -- 8. Explicating rationality
III. Morality after authority : 9. Beyond metaethics -- 10. Toward a genealogy of morals -- 11. On the morals of genealogy -- 12. Explicating historicism.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7277505
(OCoLC)ocm07277505
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WorldCat Identities Stout, Jeffrey.
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