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Contemporary moral philosophy

Author: G J Warnock
Publisher: London, Melbourne Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's P., 1967.
Series: New studies in ethics.
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Warnock, G.J. (Geoffrey James), 1923-
Contemporary moral philosophy.
London, Melbourne [etc.] Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's P., 1967
(OCoLC)587188782
Online version:
Warnock, G.J. (Geoffrey James), 1923-
Contemporary moral philosophy.
London, Melbourne [etc.] Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's P., 1967
(OCoLC)609203691
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G J Warnock
ISBN: 0333048970 9780333048979
OCLC Number: 373653
Notes: Macmillan papermac 3003.
Description: [6], 81 pages 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction. --
Intuitionism. G.E. Moore ; Prichard and Ross ; Intuitionism and considered. --
Emotivism. Some early versions ; C.L. Stevenson: beliefs, attitudes, 'emotive meaning' --
Prescriptivism. Advice versus influence ; Moral discourse as 'prescriptive' ; Two versions of 'prescriptivism' ; Moral discourse and conduct ; Argument in morals. --
The content of morals. Practice and principles ; What does 'moral' mean? ; Has morality a 'content'? --
Naturalism. The anti-naturalist thesis ; What the thesis does and does not imply ; A final note about moral arguments. --
Prospect.
Series Title: New studies in ethics.
Responsibility: [by] G.J. Warnock.

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