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Moral theory

G. C. Field

Moral theory

an introduction to ethics

by G. C. Field

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G. C. Field. With a new introduction by Stephan Körner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1011 .F5 1966
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 216 p.
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6019307M
    LC Control Number66078558

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All of the book's chapters have been revised in light of recent work in moral Cited by: Nov 29,  · Moral Theory: An Introduction explores some of the most historically important and currently debated moral theories about the nature of the right and good.

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Jan 09,  · "Moral Theory: An Introduction" by Mark Timmons is an introduction to normative ethics. After explaining what makes for a good moral theory, Timmons covers the divine command theory, moral relativism, the natural law theory, utilitarianism, Kant's moral theory, moral pluralism, virtue ethics and moral particularism/5(6).

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Ethics is the philosophical study of Morality. What, then, is a moral theory. Utilitarianism: A Theory of Consequences. Utilitarianism, first popularized by British philosophers Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill in the 19th century, is a theory that holds that the best way to make a moral decision is to look at the potential consequences of each available choice; then, one should pick the option that either does the most to increase happiness or does the least to.

Dec 01,  · "Moral Theory: An Introduction" by Mark Timmons is an introduction to normative ethics. After explaining what makes for a good moral theory, Timmons covers the divine command theory, moral relativism, the natural law theory, utilitarianism, Kant's moral theory, moral pluralism, virtue ethics and moral steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com by: Providing an introduction to moral theory that explains and critically examines the theories of such classical moral philosophers as Aristotle, Aquinas, Kant, Bentham, Mill, and Ross, this book acquaints students with the work of contemporary moral philosophers.

All of the book's chapters have been revised in light of recent work in moral theory. Michael Hand's book is the concise and dense result of fifteen years of thinking about moral education. It is one of the rare examples of an instant classic and will be a primary reference for debates about moral education in the coming years and decades.

Nov 29,  · Providing an introduction to moral theory that explains and critically examines the theories of such classical moral philosophers as Aristotle, Aquinas, Kant, Bentham, Mill, and Ross, this book acquaints students with the work of contemporary moral philosophers.

All of the book's chapters have been revised in light of recent work in moral steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com: A moral theory explains what makes an action right; a moral code is simply a set of rules.

How can a moral theory be used in a moral argument. A moral theory can sometimes act as or back up an argument's moral premise. What is a considered moral judgement.

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51, no. July "Oderberg writes clearly and with precision in a way that is neither Pages: Advocates of a theory known as moral relativism subscribe to the notion that moral virtues are right or wrong only within the context of a certain standpoint (e.g., cultural community). In other words, what is morally acceptable in one culture may be taboo in another.

In this book Linda Zagzebski presents an original moral theory based on direct reference to exemplars of goodness, modeled on the Putnam-Kripke theory which revolutionized semantics in the seventies.

In Exemplarist Moral Theory, exemplars are identified through the emotion of admiration, which Zagzebski argues is both a motivating emotion and an emotion whose cognitive content permits the.

Moral theories determine a theory of the right: they tell us what we ought to do morally. This is in contrast to theory of value, which focuses on what kind of things are morally good. The theory of the right is typically rule-based: it may state how much value an action needs to produce to be permissible (“the right action is the one which maximises happiness”), or place restrictions or.

In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women's Development is a book on gender studies by American professor Carol Gilligan, published inwhich Harvard University Press calls "the little book that started a revolution".

In the book, Gilligan criticized Kohlberg's stages of moral development of children. Kohlberg's data showed that girls on average reached a lower level of moral Author: Carol Gilligan. Moral theory. explains not why one event causes another but why an action is right or wrong or why a person or a person's character is good or bad.

Natural law theory. the view that right actions are those that conform to moral standards discerned in nature through human reason. Undergirding this doctrine is the belief that all of nature.

Moral theory definition is - a theory of the atonement introduced by Peter Abelard in the 12th century and common in modern liberal theology holding that the life and death of Jesus Christ reconcile man to God by so revealing the holiness and love of God as to win man to repentence and faith —called also subjective theory.

The data that moral theories try to explain is our considered moral judgements; judgements that have, we might say, survived the test of good logical and critical thinking. There is an obvious difference here. In the case of moral theories, we use our considered judgements to supply the data by which we judge the adequacy of moral theories.Nov 28,  · Providing an introduction to moral theory that explains and critically examines the theories of such classical moral philosophers as Aristotle, Aquinas, Kant, Bentham, Mill, and Ross, this book acquaints students with the work of contemporary moral philosophers.

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