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Living philosophy : an introduction to moral thought

Author: Ray Billington
Publisher: London Routledge 1998
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd ed., repView all editions and formats

This witty and open-minded introduction to ethics presupposes no knowledge of philosophy, and is constructed around the problems that occur in everyday life.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Billington
ISBN: 0415100283 9780415100281
OCLC Number: 257163992
Description: XIV, 335 Seiten 23 cm
Contents: Section One: General Theory of Ethics 1. What is philosophy? 2. The socpe of ethics 3. Facts and values 4. Our knowledge of right and wrong Section Two: Approaches to Ethical Theory 5. Ends and means I: Kant 6. Ends and means II: Mill and utilitarianism 7. Existentialism and ethics 8. Morality and religion Section Three: Issues in Moral and Practical Philosophy 9. Moral maturity 10. Free will 11. Ethics and politics 12. Ethics and education 13. Phi Beta Kappa Appendices Glossary of Terms Further Reading Index
Responsibility: Ray Billington


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