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Ethics by John Dewey, Professor of Philosophy in Columbia University and James H. Tufts, Professor of Philosophy in the University of Chicago

CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
§ 1. DEFINITION AND METHOD
§ 2. CRITERION OF THE MORAL
§ 3. DIVISIONS OF THE TREATMENT
PART 1. THE BEGINNINGS AND GROWTH OF MORALITY
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL LITERATURE FOR PART 1
CHAPTER 2. EARLY GROUP LIFE
§ 1. TYPICAL FACTS OF GROUP LIFE
§ 2. KINSHIP AND HOUSEHOLD GROUPS
§ 4. THE KINSHIP AND FAMILY GROUPS WERE POLITICAL BODIES
§ 5. THE KINSHIP OR HOUSEHOLD GROUP WAS A RELIGIOUS UNIT
§ 6. GROUPS OR CLASSES ON THE BASIS OF AGE AND SEX
§ 7. MORAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE KINDRED AND OTHER GROUPS
CHAPTER 3. THE RATIONALIZING AND SOCIALIZING AGENCIES IN EARLY SOCIETY
§ 1. THREE LEVELS OF CONDUCT
§ 2. RATIONALIZING AGENCIES
§ 3. SOCIALIZING AGENCIES
§ 4. FAMILY LIFE AS AN IDEALIZING AND SOCIALIZING AGENCY
§ 5. MORAL INTERPRETATION OF THIS FIRST LEVEL
CHAPTER 4. GROUP MORALITY--CUSTOMS OR MORES
§ 1. MEANING, AUTHORITY, AND ORIGIN OF CUSTOMS
§ 2. MEANS OF ENFORCING CUSTOMS
§ 3. CONDITIONS WHICH BRING OUT THE IMPORTANCE OF GROUP STANDARDS AND RENDER GROUP CONTROL CONSCIOUS
§ 4. VALUES AND DEFECTS OF CUSTOMARY MORALITY
CHAPTER 5. FROM CUSTOM TO CONSCIENCE; FROM GROUP MORALITY TO PERSONAL MORALITY
§ 1. CONTRAST AND COLLISION
§ 2. SOCIOLOGICAL AGENCIES IN THE TRANSITION
§ 3. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL AGENCIES
§ 4. POSITIVE RECONSTRUCTION
CHAPTER 6. THE HEBREW MORAL DEVELOPMENT
§ 1. GENERAL CHARACTER AND DETERMINING PRINCIPLES
§ 2. RELIGIOUS AGENCIES
§ 3. THE MORAL CONCEPTIONS ATTAINED
CHAPTER 7. THE MORAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE GREEKS
§ 1. THE FUNDAMENTAL NOTES
§ 2. INTELLECTUAL FORCES OF INDIVIDUALISM
§ 3. COMMERCIAL AND POLITICAL INDIVIDUALISM
§ 4. INDIVIDUALISM AND ETHICAL THEORY
§ 5. THE DEEPER VIEW OF NATURE AND THE GOOD; OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE SOCIAL ORDER
§ 6. THE CONCEPTION OF THE IDEAL
§ 7. THE CONCEPTION OF THE SELF; OF CHARACTER AND RESPONSIBILITY
CHAPTER 8. THE MODERN PERIOD
§ 1. THE MEDIÆVAL IDEALS
§ 2. MAIN LINES OF MODERN DEVELOPMENT
§ 3. THE OLD AND NEW IN THE BEGINNINGS OF INDIVIDUALISM
§ 4. INDIVIDUALISM IN THE PROGRESS OF LIBERTY AND DEMOCRACY
§ 5. INDIVIDUALISM AS AFFECTED BY THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND ART
§ 6. THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLIGENCE
CHAPTER 9. A GENERAL COMPARISON OF CUSTOMARY AND REFLECTIVE MORALITY
§ 1. ELEMENTS OF AGREEMENT AND CONTINUITY
§ 2. ELEMENTS OF CONTRAST
§ 3. OPPOSITION BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL AIMS AND STANDARDS
§ 4. EFFECTS UPON THE INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER
§ 5. MORAL DIFFERENTIATION AND THE SOCIAL ORDER
PART 2. THEORY OF THE MORAL LIFE
GENERAL LITERATURE FOR PART 2.
CHAPTER 10. THE MORAL SITUATION
CHAPTER 11. PROBLEMS OF MORAL THEORY
CHAPTER 12. TYPES OF MORAL THEORY
§ 1. TYPICAL DIVISIONS OF THEORIES
§ 2. DIVISION OF VOLUNTARY ACTIVITY INTO INNER AND OUTER
§ 3. GENERAL INTERPRETATION OF THESE THEORIES
CHAPTER 13. CONDUCT AND CHARACTER
§ 1. THE GOOD WILL OF KANT
§ 2. THE “INTENTION” OF THE UTILITARIANS
§ 3. CONDUCT AND CHARACTER
§ 4. MORALITY OF ACTS AND OF AGENTS
CHAPTER 14. HAPPINESS AND CONDUCT: THE GOOD AND DESIRE
§ 1. THE OBJECT OF DESIRE
§ 2. THE CONCEPTION OF HAPPINESS AS A STANDARD
§ 3. THE CONSTITUTION OF HAPPINESS
CHAPTER 15. HAPPINESS AND SOCIAL ENDS[139]
CHAPTER 16. THE PLACE OF REASON IN THE MORAL LIFE; MORAL KNOWLEDGE
§ 1. PROBLEM OF REASON AND DESIRE
§ 2. KANT’S THEORY OF PRACTICAL REASON
§ 3. MORAL SENSE INTUITIONALISM
§ 4. THE PLACE OF GENERAL RULES
CHAPTER 17. THE PLACE OF DUTY IN THE MORAL LIFE: SUBJECTION TO AUTHORITY
§ 1. THE SUBJECTION OF DESIRE TO LAW
§ 2. KANTIAN THEORY
§ 3. THE UTILITARIAN THEORY OF DUTY
§ 3. FINAL STATEMENT
CHAPTER 18. THE PLACE OF THE SELF IN THE MORAL LIFE
§ 1. THE DOCTRINE OF SELF-DENIAL
§ 2. SELF-ASSERTION
§ 3. SELF-LOVE AND BENEVOLENCE; OR, EGOISM AND ALTRUISM
§ 4. THE GOOD AS SELF-REALIZATION
CHAPTER 19. THE VIRTUES
INTRODUCTORY
§ 1. TEMPERANCE
§ 2. COURAGE[191] OR PERSISTENT VIGOR
§ 3. JUSTICE
§ 4. WISDOM OR CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
PART 3. THE WORLD OF ACTION
GENERAL LITERATURE FOR PART 3
CHAPTER 20. Continued...
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  • BN ID: 2940014465861
  • Publisher: Denise Henry
  • Publication date: 4/29/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
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