7 edition of Reclaiming the History of Ethics found in the catalog.
May 13, 1997
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Andrews Reath (Editor), Barbara Herman (Editor), Christine M. Korsgaard (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||425|
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Ethics. In the first volume of his Development of Ethics, Terence Irwin undertakes the ambitious task of offering a historical and critical study of moral philosophy from Socrates to the other works on the history of ethics, Irwin does not simply give a sequential exposition of various historical moral theories, accompanied by an account of the possible philosophical foundations and.
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He is known for his writings on ethics and the foundations of knowledge. Andrews Reath has written extensively on many aspects of Kant's ethics. He has also edited (with Barbara Herman and Christine M. Korsgaard) RECLAIMING THE HISTORY OF ETHICS: ESSAYS FOR JOHN RAWLS (Cambridge University Press, ).
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In recent years she has taught courses on Kant's Ethical Theory, the History of Modern Moral Philosophy, Contemporary Ethical Theory, Practical Reason, and Action."This is the history of ideas as it should be done—which is to say, a rich and probing and significant book.
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