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by Anthony E. Hartle,John Kekes

  • ISBN: 0820405906
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Anthony E. Hartle,John Kekes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (October 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 289
  • ePub book: 1843 kb
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Dimensions of ethical thought. Anthony E. Hartle, John Kekes. The book focuses on the nature of social and personal morality and on the relation between them. Each of its five parts begins with an introduction to a specific moral problem, presents a concret. More).

Anthony E Hartle, John Kekes.

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John Kekes (/kɛks/; born 22 November 1936) is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University at Albany, SUNY. Kekes received his P. in philosophy from the Australian National University.

Four possible dimensions of this process are proposed; ethical consumption as distinction, as hedonistic pleasure, as a sign of love and as engaging an aesthetic response

Four possible dimensions of this process are proposed; ethical consumption as distinction, as hedonistic pleasure, as a sign of love and as engaging an aesthetic response. CONSUMPTION VERSUS NON CONSUMPTION We begin by making a distinction between ethical consumers and voluntary simplifiers which we see as fundamentally two sides of dialectic between consumption and non consumption. It is a self-righteous luxury to be writing about the evils of consumption from a position where we can effectively decide to what extent we downshift

The Foundation for Thought and Ethics (FTE) was a Christian non-profit organization based in Richardson, Texas, which represented itself as a Christian think tank.

The Foundation for Thought and Ethics (FTE) was a Christian non-profit organization based in Richardson, Texas, which represented itself as a Christian think tank. It published textbooks and articles promoting pseudoscientific creation science and intelligent design, abstinence, and Christian nationalism.

The Examined Life, Bucknell University Press (Lewisburg, PA), 1988. Moral Tradition and Individuality, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ), 1989. SIDELIGHTS: Professor of philosophy John Kekes has written a number of volumes, including The Morality of Pluralism, in which he studies the relation of values and the resolution of conflicts between and among them. It relentlessly questions and rejects many of the common assumptions of contemporary political philosophy. Ethics, Social ethics. There's no description for this book yet.

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John Kekes provides rationally justified answers to questions about the .

John Kekes provides rationally justified answers to questions about the meaning of life, the basis of morality, the contingencies of human lives, the prevalence of evil, the nature and extent of human responsibility, and the sources of values we prize. He rejects as simple-minded both the view that human nature is basically good and that it is basically bad, and argues that our well-being depends on coping with the complex truth that human nature is basically complicated.

The book focuses on the nature of social and personal morality and on the relation between them. Each of its five parts begins with an introduction to a specific moral problem, presents a concrete case illustrating the problem, and then turns to a classical and a contemporary reading aiming to resolve the problem.