Hugh LaFollette's The international encyclopedia of ethics / Volume 3, D-Fal PDF

By Hugh LaFollette

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ISBN-13: 9781405186414

Unmatched in scholarship and scope, The overseas Encyclopedia of Ethics is the definitive single-source reference paintings on Ethics, to be had either in print and online.

  • Comprises over seven hundred entries, starting from one thousand to 10,000 phrases in size, written via a global solid of topic experts
  • Is prepared across 9 absolutely cross-referenced volumes including a complete index
  • Provides transparent definitions and reasons of all components of ethics together with the themes, events, arguments, and key figures in Normative Ethics, Metaethics, and sensible Ethics
  • Covers the main philosophical and spiritual traditions
  • Offers an exceptional point of authority, accuracy and stability with all entries being blind peer-reviewed

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1949. Logic and the Basis of Ethics. Oxford: Clarendon. Prior, A. N. 1960. “The Autonomy of Ethics,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, vol.  199–206. Shafer-Landau, Russ 2003. Moral Realism: A Defence. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Sidgwick, Henry 1907. The Methods of Ethics, 7th ed. London: Macmillan. Wedgwood, Ralph 2007. The Nature of Normativity. Oxford: Oxford University Press. FURTHER READINGS Baldwin, Thomas 1990. G. E. Moore. London: Routledge. Begum, Hasla 1979. “Moore on Goodness and the Naturalistic Fallacy,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, vol.

4, pp. 315–20. Hudson, W. ) 1969. The Is–Ought Question. London: Macmillan. Paton, H. J. 1942. “The Alleged Independence of Goodness,” in P. A. ), The Philosophy of G. E. Moore. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, pp. 113–34. Shaver, Robert 2003. “Principia Then and Now,” Utilitas, vol. 15, pp. 261–78. 1 Error Theory Richard Joyce To hold an error theory about morality is to endorse a kind of radical moral skepticism – a skepticism analogous to atheism in the religious domain. , God) necessary to render such assertions true.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. Karmo, Toomas 1988. “Some Valid (But No Sound) Arguments Trivially Span the ‘Is’–‘Ought’ Gap,” Mind, vol. 97, pp. 252–7. Moore, G. E. 1993a [1903]. Principia Ethica, rev. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Moore, G. E. 1993b. “Preface to the Second Edition,” in Principia Ethica, rev. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1–27. Prior, A. N. 1949. Logic and the Basis of Ethics. Oxford: Clarendon. Prior, A. N. 1960. “The Autonomy of Ethics,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, vol.

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