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Universal Morals - A foundation for moral decisions By Jeromy Hess
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Universal Morals is designed to be an easy to use system. It was created to determine if anything is moral or not. This is accomplished by identifying positive and negative word values in our social... More > communication and interactions. Universal Morals has become ever more important as people have become more social, due to social networking and cell phones. Read this book on Universal Morals today, and start using this system for the rest of your life.< Less
Sissy Moral Universe By Christopher Yeates
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If we can all agree that poetry, at least the stuff we choose to read, is not the pastoral conceit we were taught in high school but the spit, venom, and tears that come from our real flesh and blood... More > lives, then Christopher Yeates has provided a welcome addition to the world of poetry. In this collection, Yeates maps out a chart of his own troubled universe. But the pathos in Yeates' writing shouldn't be called wistful. He doesn't sit at home stewing like Emily Dickinson or dream of being pulled into the breast of Jesus like Gerard Manley Hopkins. Instead, he strikes out across the ocean and thrusts himself into the human throng. He revels and rejoices at times; he's often enthusiastic and bawdy, carousing with women and relishing in their allure and softness. This is a chronicle of travel, of frailty, of loss and lust and love and doubt. The writing is toxic yet tender, and with a keen and incisive eye this poet gives voice to the often profound complexities of everyday life.< Less
The Power of Dharma: The Universal Moral Principle By Hemal Randerwala & Nicholas Sutton
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By being intimately concerned with the welfare of others we are on the path to true happiness. Dharma the law of virtue and caring for all is the greatest gift we can give our children. Through... More > ancient Hindu scriptures a way of viewing the world which opens our hearts and minds. They illustrate how Compassion, non-violence and truth are the flags for this philosophy and how our lives should not be dictated by dogma but thoughtfully examined at every level. They show us the significance and importance of ancient knowledge for the global village. As we become embodiments of Dharma and compassion we naturally extend our circles of care to include greater numbers becoming agents of moral transformation in society. The Power of Dharma gives seekers of all faiths and those of no faith the tools to fulfil human responsibility – to care for the earth and all living beings- to manifest Dharma. With all of the global issues we face It is quite possible that the messages of this book have never been so important.< Less
ROUSSEAU ON WILL AND MORALITY By Andreas Sofroniou
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Rousseau was one of the leading figures in the so-called 'Romantic Reaction' which followed the 'Age of Enlightenment'. The latter was the name given to the period from about 1650 till late in the... More > eighteenth century when the leading thinkers of both England and France were inspired by a faith in the power of human reason to achieve a final understanding of the universe and to provide a rational guide for human conduct. It is generally agreed that the central theme of Rousseau's Social Contract - man's loss of his natural liberties in the modern state played no small part in fanning the flames of discontent which culminated in the French Revolution. Rousseau argues that the social contract provides the solution to this fundamental problem. By this he means that a society founded upon a social contract, will provide its members with both the freedom of the state of nature and the advantages of civil law and order.< Less
Rousseau on Will and Morality By Andreas Sofroniou
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Rousseau was one of the leading figures in the so-called 'Romantic Reaction' which followed the 'Age of Enlightenment'. Rousseau’s works bear all the marks of an intensely emotional faith in... More > the truth of the principles which he advocates. This characteristic made his writings highly elective as propaganda, although they are without the careful logic of the rationalists. Thus, it is generally agreed that the central theme of Rousseau's Social Contract - man's loss of his natural liberties in the modern state played no small part in fanning the flames of discontent which culminated in the French Revolution. Rousseau argues that the social contract provides the solution to this fundamental problem. By this he means that a society founded upon a social contract, will provide its members with both the freedom of the state of nature and the advantages of civil law and order.< Less
History, Morality and Public Order By Olatunji Oloruntimehin et al.
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The Papers published in this volume were selected from among the presentations made at the scientific sessions of NAL 2006 and 2007 convocations. It is hoped that other papers from those sessions... More > will be published in future editions. The theme of the NAL Convocation in 2006 was Who is afraid of History? That of 2007 was “Morality and materialism.” Professor Oloruntimehin’s paper was presented in 2006, while Professors Otakpor and Unah presented theirs in 2007. Professor B. Olatunji Oloruntimehin, Professor of History, is Dean of Humanities at the Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo. Professor Nkeonye Otakpor is a Professor of Philosophy, University of Benin, Benin City, while Professor Jim Unah is a Professor of Philosophy, University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba.< Less
The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings By John Abercrombie
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Abercrombie, FRSE, FRCSE, FRCPE (10 October 1780 – 14... More > November 1844), was a Scottish physician and philosopher. The Chambers Biographical Dictionary says of him that after Dr James Gregory's death, he was "recognized as the first consulting physician in Scotland".He was the official physician to Heriot's Hospital and Physician to the King for Scotland.He was the son of the Reverend George Abercrombie, the minister of East Church, Aberdeen, he was educated at the Grammar School and Marischal College, University of Aberdeen. He studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh, and after graduating as M.D. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Abercrombie_(physician)< Less
Finding Happiness: An Introduction to Morality By James E. Boardman
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What is true Christian morality? How does God want us to live our lives? Why does God care how we live our lives and why should I care about God's law? Is God real and is His law universal and... More > objective? In this clear guide to understanding Christian morality, James Boardman explains the importance of virtue and ethics. With a Thomistic and Aristotelian basis, he guides the reader through a journey in morality. By examining the sin of Adam and Eve, vices and virtues, the effects of the Sacraments, the true definition of grace, and much more, the reader will develop an understanding of and a deep appreciation for Christian morality.< Less
Finding Happiness: An Introduction to Morality By James E. Boardman
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What is true Christian morality? How does God want us to live our lives? Why does God care how we live our lives and why should I care about God's law? Is God real and is His law universal and... More > objective? In this clear guide to understanding Christian morality, James Boardman explains the importance of virtue and ethics. With a Thomistic and Aristotelian basis, he guides the reader through a journey in morality. By examining the sin of Adam and Eve, vices and virtues, the effects of the Sacraments, the true definition of grace, and much more, the reader will develop an understanding of and a deep appreciation for Christian morality.< Less
Principles Of Morals And Legislation By JEREMY BENTHAM
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JEREMY BENTHAM Principles of Morals and Legislation Jeremy Bentham, the son and grandson of attorneys, was born in London on February 15, 1748. He was called to the Bar, but did not practise. His... More > fame rests on his work in the fields of jurisprudence, political science, and ethics. He is accounted the founder of the "utilitarian" school of philosophy, of which the theory is that the production of the "greatest happiness of the greatest number" is the criterion of morals and the aim of politics. Dying on June 6, 1832, his body, in accordance with his own wishes, was dissected, and his skeleton dressed in his customary garb and preserved in the University College, London.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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