7 edition of On philosophy, morality, and religion found in the catalog.
On philosophy, morality, and religion
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-271) and index.
|Other titles||Rousseau on philosophy, morality, and religion|
|Statement||Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; edited by Christopher Kelly.|
|Contributions||Kelly, Christopher, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||B2132 .E5 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||2007025206|
Sacks’s biggest and most powerful idea is also one of his oldest, having appeared in his book The Politics of Hope. He argues persuasively that we have increasingly moved from a society that rests on covenants to one that relies on contracts. A covenant, such as marriage, is a relationship in which we make commitments and rely on trust. Philosophy in Review-Comptes rendus philosophiques ’In the entanglement of possible relationships obtaining between religion and morality, Wainwright's work remains both a tour d'history of positions on offer and a tour d' force of philosophical acumen with analytical methodology.
Weaver Santaniello: Review of Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion Nietzsche and Religion and Nietzsche and Politics, especially National Socialism. The second is that the title of the book does not do the work justice. It should have alluded, in some way, to the political threads woven throughout, whichCited by: 1. This book is an essential reader and reference for scholars, teachers, and students of religion and for anyone who seeks to answer key questions challenging the life of faith today. Brian Davies, OP, is a professor of theology at Fordham University and the author of The Thought of Thomas Aquinas (Oxford University Press, ).
Almost all religions contain a code of morality, and in spite of the factthat there are moral codes and philosophies that do not rely upon anyreligion, it has been traditionally argued that there are at least threeimportant ways in which morality needs religion: (1) the goal of the morallife is unreachable without religious practice, (2) religion is necessary toprovide moral motivation, and (3. While earlier work has emphasized Kant's philosophy of religion as thinly disguised morality, this timely and original reappraisal of Kant's philosophy of religion incorporates recent scholarship. In this volume, Chris L. Firestone, Stephen R. Palmquist, and the other contributors make a strong case for more specific focus on religious topics Cited by:
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Out of 5 stars 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. Jordan B. Peterson. out of 5 stars 6, The 48 Laws of Power. out of 5 stars 3, I Really Needed This Today: Words to Live By.
out of 5 stars Meditations: A New Translation. Marcus Aurelius. out of 5 stars 1, The Force of Nonviolence: The Ethical in the. Covering a broad range of topics, this book draws on both historical and contemporary literature, and explores afresh central issues of morality and religion offering new insights for students, academics and the general reader and religion book in philosophy and by: Morality.
Morality Defined Morality speaks of a system of behavior in regards to standards of right or wrong behavior. The word carries the concepts of: (1) moral standards, with regard to behavior; (2) moral responsibility, referring to our conscience; and (3) a moral identity, or.
(shelved 1 time as religion-morality) avg rating — 9, ratings — published Want to Read saving. x Introduction from various beliefs peculiar to specific religions. But a com plete treatise on the philosophy of religi would be long and complicated, and space is limited in an introduction.
In any case, one has to start somewhere What follows is a very heavily revised version of. A theme that has surfaced at many points in the foregoing chapters is the idea of what may be called the primacy of and religion book moral in religion.
Religious belief is not chiefly to do with abstract metaphysical theories or the formulation of explanatory hypotheses about the origins and workings of the world, but takes as its central focus the deep. While earlier work has emphasized Kant's philosophy of religion as thinly disguised morality, this timely and original reappraisal of Kant's philosophy of religion incorporates recent scholarship.
Brings together Rousseau's key writings on philosophy, morality, and and religion book. This title can stand alone or serve as a companion to Rousseau's "First and Second Discourses" and "Social Contract".
It also includes the key essay on the "Origin of Languages", containing his important statements about his thought and its origin and development. Morality and religion is the relationship between religious views and morals.
Many religions have value frameworks regarding personal behavior meant to guide adherents in determining between right and wrong. These include the Triple Gems of Jainism, Islam's Sharia, Catholicism's Canon Law, Buddhism's Eightfold Path, and Zoroastrianism's "good.
The pioneering collection Rousseau on Philosophy, Morality, and Religion brings together Rousseau's key published and unpublished (in English translation), writings on philosophy, morality, and religion. This comprehensive, tightly constructed anthology can easily stand alone or serve as an exceptional companion to Rousseau's First and Second Discourses and Social Contract.5/5(1).
In an essay by J. Morland, Professor of Philosophy of Religion at Talbot School of Theology and Norman L. Geisler, who is Dean of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, NC, both of which coauthored The Life and Death Debate: Moral Issues of Our Time (), they suggest trying to. The relationship between religion and morality is also important for questions of practical moral decision.
Religious ethical systems have often been developed with an eye to their ‘preachability’, which means that religious ethicists have a long record of attempting to relate theory to practice in moral discussion.
Philosophy of religion is "the philosophical examination of the central themes and concepts involved in religious traditions". Philosophical discussions on such topics date from ancient times, and appear in the earliest known texts concerning philosophy. The field is related to many other branches of philosophy, including metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics.
Since the dawn of the 20th century, the philosophy of Nietzsche has had great intellectual and political influence around the world. Nietzsche applied himself to such topics as morality, religion, epistemology, psychology, ontology, and social criticism. Because of Nietzsche's evocative style and his often outrageous claims, his philosophy.
Some argue that atheism must be false, since without God, no values are possible, and thus "everything is permitted." The author argues that God is not only not essential to morality, but that our moral behavior should be utterly independent of religion.
He attacks several core ideas: that atheists are inherently immoral people; that any society will sink into chaos if it is. Religion and Morality seeks to answer two fundamental questions regarding the relation between religion and morality.
The first is the puzzle posed by Socrates, the so-called 'Euthyphro dilemma', which asks: is morality valuable by virtue of its intrinsic importance and worth, or is morality valuable because, and only because, God approves it and commands us to follow its dictates.
As religion evolves, ethics becomes the philosophy of morals, and morality becomes the discipline of self by the standards of highest meanings and supreme values—divine and spiritual ideals.
And thus religion becomes a spontaneous and exquisite devotion, the living experience of the loyalty of love. ~ The Urantia Book. Many believe their morality comes from their religion. But evidence suggests that people’s opinion of what God thinks is actually what they believe is right and wrong, not the other way around.
Generally, the terms ethics and morality are used interchangeably, although a few different communities (academic, legal, or religious, for example) will occasionally make a distinction.
In fact, Britannica’s article on ethics considers the terms to be the same as moral philosophy. The Moral Case Against Religious Belief Marilyn Kane reviews The Moral Case Against Religious Belief by R.A.
Sharpe. Once, asked to comment on a book, Abraham Lincoln replied, “People who like this sort of thing will find this is the sort of thing they like.” Lincoln’s reply doesn’t reveal much about his own evaluation of the book.
Define philosophy and explain the relationship of ethics to it. 2. Define key terms concerning ethics or morality. 3. Explain the various approaches to the study of morality. 4. Understand what morality is and how it differs from aesthetics, nonmoral behavior, and manners.
5. Understand to whom morality applies. 6. Have some idea of where.The book is a valuable—indeed an indispensable—addition to the philosophical literature on religion and morality, and I can scarcely do justice to its richness in this short review.
Any worthwhile substantive work on religion and morality is bound to be philosophically controversial, and Wainwright's book is .Richard Garner is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Ohio State University.
He has taught and written about ethics, philosophy of language, social and political philosophy, philosophy of religion, and Asian philosophy. A revision of his book Beyond Morality and other relevant writings can be found at: