The Philosophy Of The Moral Feelings

Author: John Abercrombie
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ISBN: 9781540512833
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An investigation of 'the Moral Feelings of the Human Mind', and the principles which ought to regulate our conduct as moral and responsible beings. In a former work, the Author endeavoured to delineate, in a simple and popular form, the leading facts relating to the Intellectual Powers, and to trace the principles which ought to guide us in the Investigation of Truth. The volume which he now offers to the public attention, is intended as a sequel to these Inquiries; and his object in it is to investigate, in the same unpretending manner, the Moral Feelings of the Human Mind, an d the principles which ought to regulate our volitions and our conduct as moral and responsible beings. The two branches of investigation are, in many respects, closely connected; and, on this account, it may often happen, that, in the present work, principles are assumed as admitted or proved, which, in the former, were stated at length, with the evidence by which they are supported.

Philosophy Of Moral Feelings

Author: John 1780-1844 Abercrombie
Publisher: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 9781373447227
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The Philosophy Of The Moral Feelings

Author: Jacob Abbott
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 9781358548079
Size: 67.50 MB
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The Faculties Of The Human Mind And The Case Of Moral Feeling In Kant S Philosophy

Author: Antonino Falduto
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110370557
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This work shows the inconsistencies between the psychological and anthropological ways of interpreting Kant’s pure philosophy. It is argued that Kant’s philosophy can be understood only in the context of his theory of the faculties, including their purely formal and rational use. Against this background, Kant’s concept of moral feeling is clarified in the context of his cognitivist moral theory.