Sidgwick's Ethics and Victorian Moral Philosophy

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Texts and References xv
  • Introduction 1
  • PART I TOWARDS THE METHODS OF ETHICS 11
  • I- The Development of Sidgwick's Thought 13
  • 2- Intuitionism and Common Sense 63
  • 3- The Cambridge Moralists 89
  • 4- The Early Utilitarians 122
  • 5- The Reworking of Utilitarianism 152
  • Part II- THE METHODS OF ETHICS 189
  • 6- The Aims and Scope of the Methods of Ethics 191
  • 7- Reason and Action 233
  • 8- Acts and Agents 237
  • 9- The Examination of Common-Sense Morality 260
  • 10- The Self-Evident Axioms 286
  • II- The Transition to Utilitarianism 310
  • 12- Utilitarianism and Its Method 329
  • 13- The Dualism of the Practical Reason 352
  • Part III- AFTER THE METHODS 381
  • 14- Sidgwick and the Later Victorians 383
  • 15- Sidgwick and the History of Ethics 412
  • BIBLIOGRAPHIES 423
  • Index 457
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