Index
Adams, Robert Merrihew, 171, 240
Adler, Alfred, 241
aid to poor countries, 103
Alexander, Richard D., 92–3, 97
Alexandrians, 192
alterity, 36, 84, 141–2, 152, 171, 235–42
altruism (see also altruism and self-interest)
and agape, 179, 182–9, 205
divine, 190, 199–217
evidence for, 44–56
feminism, 145–56, 158–64
human, 24–30
Humean, 138–40, 145
impartiality/sympathy, 157–8
Kantian, 112–17, 118–30, 130–4, 156
kin, 9, 16, 91
limits of, 219–20
origins, 54, 74, 87–8, 167, 190, 227–8
paradoxes of, 218, 249–50 (see also paradoxes of altruism
reciprocal, 10, 91, 110, 127, 229
rediscovery of, 41–4
social contexts, 222–4
in sociobiology, 3–33, 80
altruism and self-interest, 17–18, 26–7, 42–3, 45, 47, 50, 52, 54, 55, 56, 61, 62, 88, 110, 115, 130, 157, 161–4, 219–24, 226, 234, 235
as complementary, 74–5, 221–3
as conflict, 75–6
as contrast, 71–3, 220–1, 223
Antiochenes, 192
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 177, 200
Archer, R. L., 44, 47
Arendt, Hannah, 83, 84
Aristotle, 86–7, 185, 201
Arnold, Matthew, 185
Arius, 192
Athanasius, 192
Augustine, 169, 200
Avis, Paul, 171
Axelrod, Robert, 98
Baier, Kurt, 111
Barash, D. D., 11, 18, 62
Barth, Karl, 195, 201–2
Batson, C. Daniel, 34, 44–56, 57, 73, 78, 79, 224, 243, 246
Bauckham, Richard, 194–5
Becker, Ernest, 162
Beehler, Rodger, 78
Bentham, Jeremy, 136
Berdyaev, Nicholas, 84–5
Blum, Lawrence, 135, 157
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 195
Bracken, Joseph A., 213
Bradley, F. H., 112, 197–8, 204
Braithwaite, R. B., 185
British Household Panel Survey, 243
British Social Attitudes Survey, 243–4, 245–6
Budd, Louis J., 43
Burhoe, Ralph W., 28, 31
Christian ethic, 167–8, 184, 247
Christian gospel, 31, 167–8, 183, 186–9
Christian revolution in theology, 191–9
Christological controversy, 192–3
Cialdini, R. B., 44, 48, 49
Collard, David, 42
Comte, Auguste, 54, 74, 87, 226
Cooper, Neil, 76
creation, 68–9, 200–17
Creel, Richard, 204–5
Cupitt, Don, 173
Cyril of Alexandria, 193

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  • General Editor's Preface xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Part One - Alien Altruism 1
  • Chapter 1 - Explanations for Altruism 3
  • Chapter 2 - Evidence of Altruism 34
  • Chapter 3 - The Elusiveness of Altruism 57
  • Part Two - Ideal Altruism 89
  • Chapter 4 - Contract Altruism 91
  • Chapter 5 - Constructed Altruism 110
  • Chapter 6 - Collegial Altruism 135
  • Part Three - Real Altruism 165
  • Chapter 7 - Acute Altruism: Agape 167
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