However, his main writings in moral philosophy are of lasting if not equal value.
He was appointed praelector in 1875, and in 1883 he became Knightbridge professor of moral philosophy.
There is, then, a sense in which Reid’s moral philosophy resists ready categorization.
Until recently, problems of risk have not been treated systematically in moral philosophy.
Capitalism is to be transcended, not abolished, and this may be difficult to convey in the terms of moral philosophy.
Other writers, such as Cooper (1996, and 2012), suppose that Stoic moral philosophy is intimately intertwined with Stoic metaphysics.
As we will see below, though, a diversity of both methods and subjects is important in helping experimental moral philosophy respond to its critics.
In Wolff’s Latin texts, practical philosophy is divided into four main disciplines: universal practical philosophy, natural law, politics, and moral philosophy.
Since the Lectura secunda does not extend beyond book I, the moral philosophy of Adam Wodeham found in book IV of the Ordinatio has remained relatively unexamined.
One might object that the real problem with experimental moral philosophy is not with science, but with its relevance (or more precisely, its irrelevance) to moral philosophy.
This separation is permissible, Hobbes claimed, because in addition to learning moral philosophy from first principles each individual could simply study the motions of their own mind and gain knowledge of the same principles.
Divine sanctions are a constant feature of Locke’s moral philosophy, as we’ve seen, and the compatibilist interpretation goes much further than the incompatibilist interpretation in capturing the nuances in Locke’s moral philosophy.
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Since the publication of Anscombe’s “Modern Moral Philosophy” in 1958 (see Introduction above), it has become routine to say that virtue and moral character have been neglected topics in the development of western moral philosophy since the Greeks.
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