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Rationality in Belief and Action, ed by E. Baccarini and S. Prijic, Rijeka, 2006, pp. 9-24
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2004 Patrick Boylan patrickboylan it2004 Patrick Boylan patrickboylan it
In: M. Bondi, & N. Maxwell, Cross-Cultural Encounters: Linguistic Perspectives, pp. 59-67
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The Theory of Moral Sentiments Adam Smith 1759 Table of ContentsThe Theory of Moral Sentiments Adam Smith 1759 Table of Contents
Chap. III: Of the Manner In Which We Judge of the Propriety Or Impropriety of the Affections of Other Men, By Their Concord Or Dissonance With Our Own
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Groundwork of the Metaphysics of MoralsGroundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals
For without the principles of a good will they may become exceedingly bad; and the very coolness of a scoundrel makes him, not merely more dangerous
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History of philosophy I: ancient philosophyHistory of philosophy I: ancient philosophy
Eventually serious inquiry into human and divine realities formed the self-consciously distinct enterprise known as “φιλοσοφία – philosophia,” or love of wisdom
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Latin and Greek for PhilosophersLatin and Greek for Philosophers
Modern English Usage, p. 207. Use these definitions as an aid to understanding the Latin and Greek terms and phrases you encounter, but resist the temptation to begin sprinkling them about in your own writings and conversations
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Philosophy of Love [excerpts] by Alexander Moseley The Nature of LovePhilosophy of Love [excerpts] by Alexander Moseley The Nature of Love
In English, the word 'love', which is derived from Germanic forms of the Sanskrit lubh (desire), is broadly defined and hence imprecise, which generates first order problems of definition and meaning
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Allen Wood \" What is the human being?\"Allen Wood " What is the human being?"
What is the human being?” Kant sometimes treated this question as the most fundamental question of all philosophy
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Kant’s Conception of HumanityKant’s Conception of Humanity
In this response to Glasgow, I both consider Glasgow’s main points, and propose some general strategies for avoiding common interpretive pitfalls in discussing the humanity formulation
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