Philosophy for the Masses: Ethics
by David Bruce
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 199
This book consists of a number of philosophical arguments that I find interesting and that I think that some other people may find interesting. May you be struck by philosophical lightning. My series of books on interesting philosophical arguments mainly consist of notes in essay form that I have made on the various books...
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by Henry Hazlitt - Von Mises Institute
A philosophical work, in which the author grounds a policy of private property and free markets in an ethic of classical utilitarianism. Hazlitt writes on the relationship between economics and the good of society in general.
by Desiderius Erasmus - The Merrymount Press
War was shocking to Erasmus alike on every side of his remarkably complex and sensitive nature. It was impious; it was inhuman; it was ugly; it was in every sense of the word barbarous, to one who before all things was a lover of civilization.
by Viscount Samuel - Oxford University Press
Ethics seeks to answer two questions: What is to be regarded as right and as wrong? Why should people do what is right and not do what is wrong? In other words, the questions are What is the content of morality? What is the sanction for morality?
by David Hume - Project Gutenberg
Useful far beyond the small circle of scholarly experts. The Treatise has a fair claim to be the most important philosophical text ever written in English. After more than 250 years, Hume is still at the front line of philosophical inquiry.