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Lectures on ethics.

Author: Immanuel Kant; Louis Infield
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [1963]
Series: Harper torchbooks. The Cloister Library, TB105; Library of religion and culture.
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Genre/Form: Ouvrages avant 1800
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.
Lectures on ethics.
New York, Harper & Row [1963]
(OCoLC)756447073
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Immanuel Kant; Louis Infield
OCLC Number: 295987
Description: xix, 253 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Proem --
The ethical systems of the ancients --
The general principle of morality --
De obligatione activa et passiva --
Moral compulsion --
Practical necessitation --
Laws --
The supreme principle or morality --
De littera legis --
The lawgiver --
Reward and punishment --
De imputatione --
Responsibility for consequences of actions --
Grounds of imputatio moralis --
Imputatio facti --
Degrees of responsibility --
Introductory observations --
Natural religion --
Errors in religion --
Unbelief --
Trust in God and the concept of faith --
Prayer --
De culto externo --
Example and pattern in religion --
Stumbling blocks --
Devoutness and the feeling of shame --
Confession of faith : its limitations and conditions --
Duties to oneself --
Proper self respect --
Conscience --
Self love --
Self mastery --
Duties towars the body in regard to life --
Suicide --
Care for one's life --
Duties torwards the body itself --
Occupation --
Shortening time --
Duties towards the body in respect of sexual impulse --
Crimina carnis --
Duties towards ourselves in respect for external circumstances --
Wealth --
The attachment of the mind to wealth (greed and avarice) --
Thrift --
The two impulses of our nature and their concomitant duties --
Duties towards others --
Friendship --
Enmity --
Duties dictated by justice --
Equity --
Innocence --
Injury --
Vengeance --
The slanderer --
Jealousy and its offspring --
envy and grudge --
Ethical duties towards others : truthfulness --
Poverty and charity --
Social virtues --
Haughtiness --
Scoffing --
Duties towards animals and spirits --
Duties towards inanimate objects --
Duties towards particular classes of human beings --
Duties of the virtuous and the vicious --
The ultimate destiny of the human race.
Series Title: Harper torchbooks. The Cloister Library, TB105; Library of religion and culture.
Other Titles: Vorlesung Kants über Ethik.
Responsibility: Translated by Louis Infield. Foreword to the Torchbook ed. by Lewis White Beck.

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