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Author Crisp, Roger, 1961-

Title The cosmos of duty : Henry Sidgwick's Methods of ethics / Roger Crisp.

Published Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2015.

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 UniM Bail  170 CRIS    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description xxv, 252 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [235]-247) and index.
Contents 1 Nature of Ethics 1 -- 1 Sidgwick's Project 1 -- 2 Autonomy of Ethics 5 -- 3 Moral Motivation 15 -- 4 Principles and Methods 20 -- 5 Sidgwick's Three Methods 23 -- 6 Ethics and Politics 28 -- 2 Free Will 32 -- 1 Aim and Structure of 1.5 32 -- 2 Disinterested Action, Rational Action, and Kant 33 -- 3 Will 38 -- 4 Determinism and Libertarianism 45 -- 5 Significance of the Debate 49 -- 3 Hedonism and the Ultimate Good 57 -- 1 Goodness, Rightness, and the Ultimate Good 57 -- 2 Pleasure 63 -- 3 Hedonism 70 -- 4 Objections to Empirical Hedonism 93 -- 4 Intuitionism 97 -- 1 Intuition and Intuitions 97 -- 2 Intuitionisms 99 -- 3 Self-evidence 107 -- 5 Virtue 127 -- 1 Intention and Motive 127 -- 2 Virtue, Duty, and Supererogation 132 -- 3 Nature of Virtue 138 -- 6 Virtues 145 -- 1 Wisdom and Self-control 145 -- 2 Benevolence 152 -- 3 Justice 161 -- 4 Laws and Promises 171 -- 5 Veracity 177 -- 6 Malevolence and Liberality 181 -- 7 Self-regarding Virtues 184 -- 8 Courage and Humility 186 -- 9 Failure of Common-sense Morality 188 -- 7 Egoism, Utilitarianism, and the Dualism of Practical Reason 195 -- 1 Egoism 195 -- 2 Utilitarianism 201 -- 3 Dualism of Practical Reason 227.
Subject Sidgwick, Henry, 1838-1900 -- Ethics.
Utilitarianism -- England.
ISBN 9780198716358
0198716354