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And in fact, as I have shown elsewhere, the discovery of character as agency in eighteenth-century criticism is inseparable from the widely accepted intuition that Shakespeare is a moral philosopher.
Moral philosophers who suppose truth is science-based, says Dworkin, have all too often wrongly urged "a colonial philosophy setting up embassies and garrisons of science within value discourse to govern it properly" (p.
In "Memorial Verses," Arnold appeals to the predominant view of the Victorians, that of Wordsworth the sage and moral philosopher rather than Wordsworth the poet.
Prof Bekoff, who co-wrote the book with moral philosopher Jessica Pierce, also from the University of Colorado, added: "There are cases of dolphins helping humans to escape from sharks and elephants that have helped antelope escape from enclosures.
Adam Smith--author of The Wealth of Nations, which is sometimes viewed as capitalism's founding document--was originally known as a moral philosopher, and his work explored economics as part of a moral system.
With renowned American soprano Dawn Upshaw, dancer Michael Schumacher and staging by America's one-time enfant-terrible of opera Peter Sellars, the oratorio inspired by the life and death of controversial French moral philosopher, mathematician, political activist and mystic Simone Weil is receiving its US premiere.
He was a Scottish moral philosopher and a pioneering political economist.
The political economist as moral philosopher could look back to John Locke and Adam Smith, among others, for arguments to demand that "rent" be publicly collected and used to provide for public goods and services.
Adam Smith - Scottish political economist and moral philosopher.
Frankfurt, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Princeton University and well-known moral philosopher, attempts, through philosophical acuity, psychological insight, and wry humor, to answer the aforementioned questions.
Vindiciae Gallicae And Other Writings On The French Revolution is the first modern and fully annotated version of the work of British Parliament member, lawyer, moral philosopher, and historian Sir James Mackintosh (1765-1832): Vindiciae Gallicae, a defense of the French Revolution, and an additional voice to the debate stirred by his famous contemporary Sir Edmund Burke's treatise "Reflections on the Revolution in France".
It is not, of course, and as the moral philosopher and historian Alasdair MacIntyre acidly observed, belief in such rights "is one with belief in witches and unicorns.