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Systems of ethics 

Systems of ethics

pt. I. Theoretical ethics.--pt. II. Practical ethics.--pt. III. History of ethics

the following treatise on Ethics is divided into three parts Theoretical Ethics, Practical Ethics, and History of Ethics. The first part gives a general outline of ethics, its sphere, and its relation to other sciences. It discusses the various systems of ethics Theistic, Intuitional, Utilitarian, Evolutionary, and Eclectic. It investigates the nature of the good, the relation of law and duty, and the effect of moral evil. The second part treats virtue, duty, reward, and penalty. 

The third part traces the history of ethics from Greek ethics, through Roman, Mediaeval, and Modern, down to the present. It is only in the history of ethics, which sweeps over centuries of thought and reveals the moral life of nations, that we can have a clear view of what has been done in this great field of investigation. 

Whenever practicable, the historical matter has been drawn from original sources. The writers reviewed, though not all of equal importance, were selected as showing the trend of ethical thought; but it is to be remembered that to deal fairly with a system, or to let it speak for itself, is not an endorsement of that system. 

The author has written, not as an advocate of a particular system, but as an investigator in the pursuit of truth. It is his hope that this treatise may interest many minds, and aid them in the study of the great subject of ethics, and thus contribute to the cause of sound morality.

I. General outline of ethics, n
Ii. The sphere of ethics, 16
Iii. Relation of ethics to other sciences, 27
Iv. Theistic Ethics, 35
V. Intuitional ethics, - 4 2
Vi. Utilitarian ethics, 5 1
Vii. Evolutionary ethics, 64
Viii. Evolution of morals in man - 76
Ix. Electic ethics, - 85
X. The good, - - 95
' xi. The good. Continued, 108
Xii. Law and duty, - -121
Xiii. Law and duty. Continued, 130
Xiv. Moral evil, - - i3 8
Xv. Moral evil. Continued, 14?
Part second
Practical ethics
I. Egoistic virtues, .... 159
Ii. Altruistic virtues, 176
Iii. Duties, 183
Iv. Rewards and punishments, - 197
V. Rewards and punishments. Continued, - - - 205
Part third
History of ethics
I. Greek ethics, 215
Ii. Greek ethics. Continued, 224
Iii. Roman ethics, 234
Iv. Christian ethics. Patristic, - - 243
V. Christian ethics. Scholastic, 252
Vi. Modern ethics. English, - 261
Vii. Modern ethics. French and German, - 269
Viii. Modern ethics. English, - 277
Ix. Modern ethics. German, - 287
X. Modern ethics. English, - 298
Xi. Modern ethics. English, 310
Xii. Modern ethics. Evolutionary, - - 320
Xiii. Green's "Prolegomena to ethics," 330
Xiv. Modern ethics. Other moralists, - 339
Xv. Modern ethics. Other moralists, - 350
Xvi. Modern ethics. Other moralists, - 360
Xvii. Modern ethics. Other moralists, 374
Xviii. Modern ethics. Other moralists, - - 392
Xix. Modern ethics. Other moralists, 404
Xx. Other moralists. Evolutionists, - - 417
Xxi. Other moralists, .... 434
Xxii. Other moralists, 445

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  • Author:  Aaron Schuyler
  • Publication date; 1902
  • Company: Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye; New York, Eaton & Mains

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