Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by T.H. Huxley and Julian Huxley. London, Pilot Press, 1947.|
|Contributions||Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 235 p.|
|Number of Pages||235|
Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Huxley, T. H. : Huxley, Julian ioned: T Evolution and ethics, , by T.H. Huxley and Julian Huxley, Thomas Henry, View full catalog record Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. Evolution and ethics by Thomas Henry Huxley, James Paradis, George C. Williams; 20 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Capital, Church and social problems, Ethics, Evolution, Evolutionary Ethics, Salvation Army, Modern Ethics, General, Evolution and ethics: , Pilot Press in English Libraries near you. Evolutionary ethics is a field of inquiry that explores how evolutionary theory might bear on our understanding of ethics or morality. The range of issues investigated by evolutionary ethics is quite broad. Supporters of evolutionary ethics have claimed that it has important implications in the fields of descriptive ethics, normative ethics, and metaethics.
Abstract In , Thomas Henry Huxley delivered the Romanes lecture in Oxford, giving it the title ‘Evolution and Ethics’. It was a polished performance, highly literate, confident and progressive. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press () Abstract Introduction: historical and critical, by J. HuxleyProlegomena, written by T. H. Huxley as an introd. to Evolution and ethicsEvolution and ethics, Romanes lecture delivered by T. H. Huxley in Evolutionary ethics, Romanes lecture delivered by J. Huxley in The. Evolution and Ethics. Thomas Henry Huxley - - Prometheus Books. Touchstone for Ethics, Thomas Henry Huxley - - Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press. Topics covered include social Darwinism, moral realism, and debunking arguments. Clearly written and structured, the book guides readers through the arguments on both sides, and emphasises the continuing relevance of evolutionary theory to our understanding of ethics today.
Does evolution inform the ancient debate regarding the roles that reason and instinct play in how we decide what to do? Evolution and Ethics offers an insightful analysis of four epistemological types. Ethics, the philosophical discipline concerned with what is morally good and bad and morally right and wrong. Its subject consists of fundamental issues of practical decision making, and its major concerns include the nature of ultimate value and the standards by which human actions can be morally evaluated. Evolution and Ethics [The Romanes Lecture, ] Collected Essays IX  Soleo enim et in aliena castra transire, non tanquam transfuga sed tanquam explorator. (L. Annai Senecæ Epist. II. 4.) There is a delightful child's story, known by the title of "Jack and the Bean-stalk," with which my contemporaries who are present will be familiar. Prolegomena, written by T.H. Huxley as an introd. to Evolution and ethics. Evolution and ethics, Romanes lecture delivered by T.H. Huxley in Evolutionary ethics, Romanes lecture delivered by Julian Huxley in The vindication of Darwinism, by Julian Huxley () Conclusion, by Julian Huxley. Notes: Includes bibliographical references.