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The book pays particular attention to the roots of Smith's moral philosophy found in the works of Thomas Hobbes, the Earl of Shaftesbury, Bernard Mandeville, and David Hume.
These essays cover a wide range of topics in moral philosophy from population ethics to more abstract value theory, the notion of desert, capital punishment, nationalism, and just war theory.
Medicine did save the life of ethics, by drawing moral philosophy out of the realm of abstract theory and general principles into the tumult of cases in which decisions must be made amid changing, diverse circumstances.
Like all important discoveries, Shakespeare's value in moral philosophy can only be articulated in relation to developments in certain auxiliary sciences, in this case ethics, social theory, and the science of human motivation.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Parmenides Publishing, a Las Vegas- based press of philosophy and classics titles, just released SENTIENCE AND SENSIBILITY: A Conversation about Moral Philosophy by Matthew R.
Carolina Academic Press (Durham, NC) has published "Corporations: Cases and Materials," a new casebook that examines the impact of history, political and moral philosophy, sociology, psychology and economics on the study of corporate law.
Now you clearly understand the difference between old fashioned ethics, moral philosophy, and today's ethics, moral intelligence.
Perhaps it is time, like Evans, to make unorthodox choices based on a moral philosophy, one that cares about our fellow women and men at home and around the world.
Thus, Witherspoon's version of moral philosophy represented a conservative Presbyterian appropriation of Francis Hutcheson's version of "the moral sense" and so paralleled similar convictions at work in the Federalist Papers and much of the sociopolitical thinking of the era.
If the Iraqis have the right, as they do under international law and under any moral philosophy, to resist foreign invaders of their country (then) that must include the man who is giving the orders.
The second module of Bowen and Heath's training program offers a brief overview of the basic ethical principles found in moral philosophy.