The metaphysics of self-realisation and freedom : Part 1 of The liberal socialism of Thomas Hill Green / Colin Tyler.

Tyler, Colin [Browse]
  • Exeter, UK : Imprint Academic, [2015]
  • ©2015
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  • Cover ; Contents ; Front Matter ; Title Page ; Publisher Information ; Quotes ; Preface ; Abbreviations; The Metaphysics of Self-realisation and Freedom ; Introduction; Aim and Scope of The Liberal Socialism of Thomas Hill Green; Green and the Socialist Tradition; Green's 'Liberal Socialism'; Conclusion; Green as a Systematic Philosopher; Introduction; Conventional Prejudices, 'Popular Philosophy' and Religion; The Wider Intellectual Influences on Green; Green's Philosophical System; Conclusion; The 'Metaphysics of Experience or Knowledge' ; Introduction
  • The Methods and Formal Conditions for Gaining 'Experience or Knowledge'Experience and Sensations; Related Objects; Knowledge as Self-expression; The Eternal Consciousness; Individual Persons and the Eternal Consciousness; Process of Individual Self-realisation; Conclusion; Distinctively Human Action and the Unconscious; Introduction; The Disputes Over Green and the Will; The 'Distinctively Human' and the 'Animal' in the Individual; Emanation, Sublimation and the Unconscious; Conclusion; Freedom, Choice and Responsibility; Introduction; Formal Freedom and the Personal Good; True Freedom
  • Character as the Basis of Agency Green's Allegedly Self-interventionist Theory of Free Will; 'Determinist'/'Indeterminist' Debate; Spiritual Determinism and the Self-realisation of the Human Spirit; The Problem of Moral Responsibility; Conclusion; Personality, Utilitarianism and the True Good ; Introduction; A First Look at the Ethics of Duty and the Ethics of Flourishing; Personal Judgement and the Failure of Utilitarian Ethics; Personality and the True Good; Some Objections Considered; Culture, Consequentialism and Duty ; Introduction; Cultural Contexts of Individual Personality
  • A Second Look at the Ethics of Duty and the Ethics of FlourishingJohn Skorupski and G.E. Moore; Green and Consequentialism; Conclusion; Review of the Argument so Far; Back Matter ; Appendix; Bibliography; Also Available
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