An introduction to moral philosophy and moral education

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This book presents and argues for a moral theory which draws on most of the major theoretical positions to some degree, but it also spells out the limits and ...
Ha scritto il 29/05/10
A very good book to start with if you're interested in ethics. And I truly believe we will be more sensible and civilized if, all of us, know more about the principles of morality other than the third-rate rules and conducts we are following which ...Continua

Ha scritto il May 04, 2010, 13:48
being moral is something rather different from subscribing to a list of unyielding commandments and prohibitions.
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Ha scritto il May 04, 2010, 13:45
I shall argue that many commonly perceived moral issues are not moral issues at all and that it is a distressing tendency of our times to seek to legislate on too many particular practices on pseudo-moral grounds.
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Ha scritto il May 02, 2010, 05:48
assuming that we agree that some attitude or behaviour is 'natural', how do we derive an imperative or obligation from this description of nature, how do we move from 'is' to 'ought'?
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Ha scritto il May 02, 2010, 04:37
A moral debate is not to be compared with an Oscar night; it is not a popularity contest.
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Ha scritto il May 02, 2010, 04:14
It is not just that treating such stories with a moral slant is an error; it is also that it weakens our sense of real moral outrage if stories like these are not sharply distinguished from the story that the child torturer and murderer Ian Brady ...Continua
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