Ethical Theory 2: Theories About How We Should Live

Oxford University Press UK (1998)

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This second Ethical Theory volume covers the philosophical theories about how we ought to live, including utilitarianism, social contract theory, rights theory, virtue theory, and the New Kantianism.
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