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Sermons I., II., III. Upon Human Nature, or Man considered as a Moral Agent, with Introduction and Notes by Thomas Buchanan Kilpatrick [1857-1930]. Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Students
Joseph Butler [1962-1752]



Book Description

Title:
Sermons I., II., III. Upon Human Nature, or Man considered as a Moral Agent, with Introduction and Notes by Thomas Buchanan Kilpatrick [1857-1930]. Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Students.
Authors:
Publication Year:
Location:
Edinburgh
Publisher:
T & T Clark
Pages:
123
Subjects:
THeology, Anthropology, Bishop Joseph Butler
Copyright Holder:
Public domain
Joseph Butler [1962-1752], Sermons I., II., III. Upon Human Nature, or Man considered as a Moral Agent, with Introduction and Notes by Thomas Buchanan Kilpatrick [1857-1930]. Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Students

Table of Contents

  • Introduction (by Thomas Buchanan Kilpatrick [1857-1930])
    1. Biographical Sketch
    2. The Aim and Value of Ethical Study
    3. The Rise of Modern (British) Ethical Study: Thomas Hobbes
    4. Answer to Hobbes: Shaftesbury and Hutcheson
    5. Butler's Ethical Doctrine: Standpoint and Method
    6. Butler's Ethical Doctrine: Statement
    7. Butler's Ethical Doctrine: Estimate
    8. Concluding Remarks
  • Text and Notes
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