Philosophy 3301 moral philosophy fall 2000

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Lectures 21, 22 - John Stuart Mill
Read: E. M. & O. pp. 413-451`
Suggested: Anthony Quinton, Utilitarian Ethics (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1973).
John Skorupski, John Stuart Mill (London: Routledge, 1989).

Lecture 23 - Self-Realization--F. H. Bradley
Read: E. F. & O. pp. 477-479
Suggested: John Passmore, A Hundred Years of Philosophy (Baltimore, Maryland:

Penguin Book, 1966), especially Chapter 3.

Richard Ingardia, Bradley: A Research Bibliography (Bowling Green,

Ohio: Philosophy Documentation Center, 1991).

Anthony Manser, Guy Stock (eds.), The Philosophy of F. H. Bradley

(Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1986).

During the 1960's, a number of good historical studies were published, featuring

chapters on F. H. Bradley, Moore, Ayer, The Emotivists, etc. Among the best were:

Mary Warnock, Ethics Since 1900 (London: Oxford University Press, 1960).
G. J. Warnock, Contemporary Moral Philosophy (London: Macmillan,

Luther J. Binkley, Contemporary Ethical Theory (New York: The

Citadel Press, 1961).
George C. Kerner, The Revolution in Ethical Theory (New York:

Oxford University Press, 1966).

W. D. Hudson, Modern Moral Philosophy (Garden City, New York:

Anchor Books, 1970).

A somewhat older treatment that is still of interest was Thomas English

Hill's Contemporary Ethical Theories (New York: The Macmillan

Company, 1950).

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