Ethics: History, Theory, and Contemporary Issues

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ETHICS

History, Theory, and Contemporary Issues

Edited by STEVEN M. CAHN PETER MARKIE

New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1998

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction viii
  • Part I - Historical Sources 1
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Plato 3
  • 2 - Aristotle 116
  • 3 - Epicurus 155
  • 4 - Epictetus 161
  • 5 - Saint Augustine 176
  • 6 - Saint Thomas Aquinas 185
  • 7 - Thomas Hobbes 202
  • 8 - Joseph Butler 227
  • 9 - David Hume 243
  • 10 - Immanuel Kant 275
  • 11 - Jeremy Bentham 318
  • 12 - John Stuart Mill 343
  • 13 - Soren Kierkegaard 381
  • 14 - Arthur Schopenhauer 397
  • 15 - Friedrich Nietzsche 404
  • 16 - William James 423
  • 17 - John Dewey 436
  • 18 - Albert Camus 452
  • 19 - Jean-Paul Sartre 459
  • Part II - Modern Ethical Theory 469
  • Introduction 469
  • 20 - G. E. Moore 479
  • 21 - W. D. Ross 486
  • 22 - C. L. Stevenson 496
  • 23 - R. M. Hare 508
  • 24 - Kurt Baier 519
  • 25 - Gilbert Harman 536
  • 26 - James Rachels 548
  • 27 - Joel Feinberg 557
  • 28 - Bernard Williams 566
  • 29 - Richard B. Brandt 584
  • 30 - Joel Feinberg 603
  • 31 - Philippa Foot 614
  • 32 - John Rawls 621
  • 33 - David Gauthier 641
  • 34 - Alasdair Macintyre 653
  • 35 - James Rachels 669
  • 36 - Virginia Held 682
  • 37 - J. O. Urmson 699
  • 38 - Susan Wolf 708
  • 39 - Thomas Nagel 722
  • Part III - Contemporary Moral Problems 733
  • 40 - Judith Jarvis Thomson 737
  • 41 - Michael Tooley 749
  • 42 - James Sterba 766
  • 43 - James Rachels 778
  • 44 - Philippa Foot 782
  • 45 - Peter Singer 799
  • 46 - John Arthur 807
  • 47 - Tom Regan 821
  • 48 - Carl Cohen 829
  • 49 - Ernest Vanden Haag 837
  • 50 - Stephen Nathanson 849
  • 51 - Thomas E. Hill Jr. 860
  • 51 - John Kekes 878
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