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Philosophical classics that are readily available in various editions are listed below, but no specific edition is cited.

Adams Robert. "A Modified Divine Command Theory of Ethical Wrongness." In The Virtue of Faith, pp. 97-122. Oxford, 1987.

-----. "Motive Utilitarianism." Journal of Philosophy 73 ( 1976): 467-481. Reprinted in Pettit, Consequentialism, pp. 71-86.

Anscombe G. E.M. "Modern Moral Philosophy." Philosophy 33 ( 1958): 26-42.

Aristotle. The Nicomachean Ethics.

Austin J. L. "A Plea for Excuses." In Philosophical Papers, pp. 175-204. Oxford, 1961.

Ayer A. J. Language, Truth and Logic. 2d edition, 1946. Reprint, Dover, 1952.

Baier Kurt. The Moral Point of View. Cornell, 1958.

Beauchamp Tom. "Suicide." In Tom Regan, ed., Matters of Life and Death, 3d ed., pp. 69-120. McGraw-Hill, 1993.

Becker Lawrence. Property Rights. Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1977.

Becker Lawrence, and Charlotte Becker, eds. Encyclopedia of Ethics. 2 vols. Garland, 1992.

Bennett Jonathan. "Morality and Consequences." In Sterling McMurrin, ed., The Tanner Lectures on Human Values, Vol. 2. Cambridge, 1981.

-----. "Whatever the Consequences." Analysis 26 ( 1965- 1966): 83-102. Reprinted in Fischer and Ravizza, Ethics: Problems & Principles, pp. 93-106.

Bentham Jeremy. An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation. 1781.

Bok Sissela. Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life. Pantheon, 1978.

Bradley E H. "My Station and Its Duties." In Ethical Studies, 2d ed., pp. 160-213. Oxford, 1927.

Brandt Richard. Ethical Theory. Prentice-Hall, 1959.

-----. "Some Merits of One Form of Rule-Utilitarianism." In Morality, Utilitarianism, and Rights, pp. 111-136. Cambridge, 1992.

-----. A Theory of the Good and the Right. Oxford, 1979.

Brennan Samantha. "How Is the Strength of a Right Determined?" American Philosophical Quarterly 32 ( 1995): 383-392.

-----. "Paternalism and Rights." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 24 ( 1994) 419-440.

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Preliminaries 1
  • Part One - Factors 23
  • 2 - The God 25
  • 3 - Doing Harm 70
  • 4 - Other Constraints 106
  • 5 - Further Factors 153
  • Part Two - Foundations 187
  • 6 - Teleological Foundations 189
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