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    Ethics or Studies of Morals?L. M. Arkhangel'skii - 1982 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 21 (2):26-34.
    The need for discussion of the question of the structure of ethics, its interrelation with other disciplines, methods of ethics research and, finally, ways of achieving a connection between ethical theory and practice has undoubtedly become urgent.
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    On the Nature of Moral Consciousness.L. M. Arkhangel'skii - 1969 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 8 (2):221-229.
    The characteristics of moral consciousness are usually examined jointly with normative and value factors. O. G. Drobnitskii justly considers the leading criterion of moral consciousness to be the normative quality of moral judgments, the distinctive characteristic of which consists, in turn, of the impersonal nature of such judgments, and also of the fact that moral consciousness "does not associate its judgments directly to whatever facts may be at hand" . Without entering into a polemic against these assertions, we should like (...)
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    The Essence of Ethical Categories.L. M. Arkhangel'skii - 1964 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 2 (4):31-39.
    The proper development of Marxist-Leninist ethics demands thorough analysis of its categories, and clarification of their nature and interconnections. These questions are still inadequately treated in our philosophical literature. The problem of the essence of ethical categories is actually bypassed, yet it is precisely here that one finds many disputes and much that is not clear. This problem requires the solution of questions such as the relationship between existing morality and ethical theory, between actual moral feelings, views and principles on (...)
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    The Dialectics of Good and Evil as the Main Problem of Philosophical-Ethical Cognition.L. M. Arkhangel'skii - 1984 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 22 (4):54-71.
    Good and evil are the most general ethical categories from which we can get our bearings in the fundamental philosophical and normative problems of ethics. In the contemporary scholarly literature the interpretation of the good is multifunctional. Good is regarded as a model of morality, as the most general moral requirement or most general moral evaluation, and finally as a practical norm, i.e., a requirement embodied in moral experience, as a unity of the objective and subjective in moral actions. The (...)
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