This volume presents papers discussing arguments on both sides of the consequentialist debate. The distinguished contributors include John Rawls, Bernard Williams, Thomas Nagel, Derek Parfit, among others.
'This most recent volume is an important addition to the long running 'Oxford Readings in Philosophy' series ... the 'Oxford Readings in Philosophy' series provides a useful introduction to an important philosophical debate. The best recommendation for Scheffler's volume is that it satisfies this requirement.'
Introduction. 1. John Rawls: Classical Utilitarianism; 2. Bernard Williams: Consequentialism and Integrity; 3. Thomas Nagel: War and Massacre; 4. T.M. Scanlon: Rights, Goals, and Fairness; 5. Peter Railton: Alienation, Consequentialism, and the Demands of Morality; 6. Robert Nozick: Side Constraints; 7. Thomas Nagel: Autonomy and Deontology; 8. Derek Parfit: Is Common-Sense Morality Self-Defeating?; 9. Amartya Sen: Rights and Agency; 10. Philippa Foot:
Utilitarianism and the Virtues; 11. Samuel Scheffler: Agent-Centred Restrictions, Rationality, and the Virtues; 12. Conrad D. Johnson: The Authority of the Moral Agent.
Series: Oxford Readings in Philosophy
Number Of Pages: 300
Published: 24th March 1988
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 13.5
Weight (kg): 0.4