Moral Writings by H. A. Prichard

Moral Writings

byH. A. PrichardEditorJim Macadam

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H. A. Prichard (1871-1947) was White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford University. Jim MacAdam is Emeritus Professor at Trent University, Canada.
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Title:Moral WritingsFormat:PaperbackPublished:July 1, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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W. D. Ross: Note to the Original Edition (1949)J. O. Urmson: Introduction to the paperback edition (1968)Jim MacAdam: Editor's Introduction (2001)Bibliography1. H. A. Prichard: What Is The Basis of Moral Obligation?2. Does Moral Philosophy Rest On A Mistake? (1912)3. Duty and Interest (1928)4. Kant's Fundamental Principles Of The Metaphysics Of Morals5. A Conflict of Duties (1928)6. Duty and Ignorance of Fact (1932)7. The Meaning of Good In The Ethics Of Aristotle (1935)8. Manuscript On Morals (1928-45)9. Moral Obligation (1937)10. Green's Principles of Political Obligation (1935-7)11. The Object Of A Desire (1940)12. The Obligation To Keep A Promise (c. 1940)13. Exchanging (1940)14. The Time Of An Obligation15. The Psychology of Writing16. Acting, Willing, Desiring (1945)17. 'Ought' (1947)Appendices: Letter From Cook Wilson To Prichard (1904)Letter from Prichard to Ross (1932)Index