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by Stuart Hampshire

  • ISBN: 0631133364
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Stuart Hampshire
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell Publishers (September 29, 1983)
  • Pages: 184
  • ePub book: 1911 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1428 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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Morality and conflict. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

He was head of the literary panel of the Arts Council for many years. Morality and conflict.

This book reproduces a gradual movement of thought about the nature of morality.

Select Format: Hardcover. This book reproduces a gradual movement of thought about the nature of morality. ISBN13: 9780674587281. Release Date: February 1984.

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Two Theories of Morality. Stuart Hampshire - 1976 - Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press. Thought and Action: A Tribute to Stuart Hampshire. P. M. S. Hacker - 2005 - Philosophy 80 (2):175-197. Stuart Hampshire, Justice is Conflict. David A. Hoekema - 2001 - Journal of Value Inquiry 35 (1):119-124.

Stuart Hampshire has had an interesting career. In addition to being one of the leading Anglo-American philosophers of the 20th century, he was also involved in military intelligence during and after WWII. Apparently the Soviets tried, unsuccessfully, to "turn" him!) I think that Hampshire's real world experience has helped deepen his moral reflections This book is a collection of thoughtful essays on various moral topics.

The essays collected in Morality and Conflict chronicle a movement in the author’s thought from . Walzer and Hampshire thus disagree about the basis of claims of justice. They also disagree about the scope of the concept.

The essays collected in Morality and Conflict chronicle a movement in the author’s thought from philosophical theory of this kind to the view that not all moral values have or require the kind of foundation it seeks to provide.

The reception of Stuart Hampshire's political philosophy has been remarkably subdued and negative. His defence of procedural justice has been roundly rejected as logically incoherent and his conclusions have been dismissed as unduly pessimistic and inconsequential

The reception of Stuart Hampshire's political philosophy has been remarkably subdued and negative. His defence of procedural justice has been roundly rejected as logically incoherent and his conclusions have been dismissed as unduly pessimistic and inconsequential. But the critics are guilty of a quite fundamental misapprehension of Hampshire's enterprise. Properly understood, his defence of procedural justice is entirely coherent.

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In his subsequent books, Hampshire sought to shift moral philosophy from . Morality and Conflict, 1987. Spinoza: An Introduction to His Philosophical Thought (Penguin Philosophy), 1988

In his subsequent books, Hampshire sought to shift moral philosophy from its focus on the logical properties of moral statements to what he considered the crucial question of moral problems as they present themselves to us as practical agents. He was held in high esteem in British society. He was head of the literary panel of the Arts Council for many years. Spinoza: An Introduction to His Philosophical Thought (Penguin Philosophy), 1988. Innocence and Experience, 1992.

Morality and Conflict. Stuart Hampshire [Show full. Tocqueville actually uses the phrase enlightened self-love to describe what he calls self-interest properly understood. Ed J P Democracy In America. This book contains a detailed analysis of ethical values and attitudes held by Hopi Indians. The analysis is based upon first-hand data gathered in anthropological field work, and incorporates the viewpoints of the moral philosopher, the anthropologist, and the social psychologist morality, which the author calls desirism.