Introduction to Moral Reasoning

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Part I - Premises

  1. What is Moral Reasoning?
  2. Why Study Moral Reasoning?
  3. How to Study
  4. Traditions in Philosophy

Part II - Early Moral Theory

  1. Socrates and Plato
  2. Epicurus and Lucretius

Part III - Judeo-Christian Moral Theory

  1. Biblical Precedents
  2. Maimonides
  3. St. Augustine
  4. Thomas Aquinas
  5. C.S. Lewis

Part IV - Secular Moral Theory

  1. Plato
  2. Aristotle
  3. David Hume
  4. Immanuel Kant
  5. Ludwig Feuerbach
  6. Friedrich Nietzsche

Part V - Responses to Secularism

  1. Soren Kierkegaard
  2. Martin Buber

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