moral philosophy

  1. the philosophical study of moral values and rules
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  • His reputation stemmed from the publication in 1726 of Fifteen Sermons preached at the Rolls Chapel, in which he defines his moral philosophy, affirming an intuitional theory of virtue.
  • In the academic practice of moral philosophy and the philosophy of science, Simplicio's voice has been hard to hear, but Toulmin wants to amplify it and insist on its pertinence.
  • But if the doctrine of the human form brings unity to our conceptions of mankind, and sees the terrene man as a globe of societies and churches, its effects upon moral philosophy are not less important, for it embraces kindreds and tongues in one fraternal whole.
  • We seek validation of our experience and moral philosophy, but virtually meager acknowledgement is posted by other bloggers. WWJ(or M or C or B or H or P or S)D?
  • Dworkin argues persuasively that in defending the antisegregation principle Bork necessarily engaged in moral philosophy: he chose from among various linguistically and historically defensible rules the one that seemed most "principled. Reagan's Justice: An Exchange
  • He returned to his alma mater to write a doctorate in moral philosophy.
  • In moral philosophy he followed the Stoic teachings and gave opinions on virtue, evil, the soul, and emotions.
  • The above canon of influentials is heavy on theology and philosophy, also on moral philosophy.
  • That order of learning is as follows: logic, mathematics, natural philosophy, moral philosophy, metaphysics.
  • He is Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford.
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