147153

Springer, Dordrecht

2002

579 Pages

ISBN 978-90-481-6082-2

Contributions to Phenomenology
vol. 47

Phenomenological approaches to moral philosophy

a handbook

John Drummond, Lester Embree

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-94-015-9924-5

Full citation:

Drummond, J. , Embree, L. (2002). Phenomenological approaches to moral philosophy: a handbook, Springer, Dordrecht.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Drummond John

1-13

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Aristotelianism and phenomenology

Drummond John

15-45

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Kantianism and phenomenology

Crowell Steven

47-67

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Utilitarianism and phenomenology

Willard Dallas

69-86

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Hannah Arendt

Hart James G

87-106

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Simone de Beauvoir

Weiss Gail

107-118

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Franz Brentano

Baumgartner Wilhelm

119-138

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Dorion Cairns

Embree Lester

139-160

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Hans-Georg Gadamer

Soffer Gail

161-173

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Nicolai Hartmann

Jordan Robert Welsh

175-196

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Martin Heidegger

Buckley Philip

197-228

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Edmund Husserl

Melle Ullrich

229-248

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Emmanuel Levinas

Bernasconi Robert; Keltner Stacy K.

249-268

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Gabriel Marcel

Sweetman Brendan

269-288

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Maurice Merleau-Ponty

Hamrick William

289-310

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Jan Patočka

Srubar Ilja

311-325

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Adolf Reinach

Dubois James

327-346

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Paul Ricoeur

Dauenhauer Bernard

347-366

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Jean-Paul Sartre

Anderson Thomas C.

367-389

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Max Scheler

Blosser Philip

391-413

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Alfred Schutz

Barber Michael

415-435

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Herbert Spiegelberg

Kersten Fred

437-449

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Edith Stein

Haney Kathleen; Valiquette Johanna

451-473

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Dietrich von Hildebrand

Crosby John F

475-496

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Spain and Latin america

Javier San Martín; Roberto Walton;

555-576

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