review of the principal questions and difficulties in morals particularlythose relating to the original of our ideas of virtue, its nature, foundation, reference to the diety, obligation, subject matter, and sanctions by Price, Richard

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Published by T. Cadell in London .

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  • Ethics.,
  • Christian ethics.

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StatementBy Richard Price.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 462 p. ;
Number of Pages462
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Open LibraryOL19385857M

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The present edition reproduces that of including its Appendix. The First and Second Editions were entitled A Review of the Principal Questions and Difficulties in Morals. The title of the Third Edition omitted the words 'and Difficulties'. Price's views on ethical questions seem to have changed very little.

A review of the principal questions and difficulties in morals; particularly those relating to the original of our ideas of virtue, its nature, foundation, reference. Principal Questions in Morals Richard Price Chapter 3: The origin of our desires and affections 36 Chapter 4: Our ideas of good and ill desert 41 Chapter 5: How morality connects with God’s nature.

The reliability of our faculties. The grounds of belief44 Chapter 6: Fitness and moral obligation. Other accounts of obligation. A review of the principal questions and difficulties in morals: Particularly those relating to the original of our ideas of virtue, its nature, foundation, reference to the deity, obligation, subject-matter, and sanctions.

The second edition, corrected. By Richard Price, F.R.S. The third edition corrected, and enlarged by an appendix, containing additional notes, and a dissertation on the being and attributes of the deity. This book, "A Review of the Principal Questions in Morals," by Richard Price, is a replication of a book originally published before Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

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