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MacIntyre illustrates the relevance of philosophical queries on moral concepts .. Nunca pensé que un libro de historia de algo tan complejo como la ética .. Shelves: ebook, philosophy . Download app for iOS Download app for Android. Historia de la Ética V. Camps by MAGAZINEFILOSOFIA in Types > School Work y etica. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. occidental: de los sofistas, de Sócrates y Platón, a la moderna filosofía moral, pasando Download PDF HISTORIA DE LA ÉTICA. Authored by MACINTYRE.

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[PDF] HISTORIA DE LA ÉTICA. HISTORIA DE LA ÉTICA. Book Review. Great eBook and useful one. We have go through and i also am certain that i am going to. Para analizar el pensamiento de Irwin se toma en consideración The Development of Ethics. Sostengo que MacIntyre e Irwin conciben la Historia de la ética. [PDF] HISTORIA DE LA ÉTICA. HISTORIA DE LA ÉTICA. Book Review. This book can be worthy of a read, and much better than other. It usually fails to charge a.

De la neoescolastica barroca espanola puede decirse que es como la cenicienta de la filosoffa. Olvidada en exceso, y desorbitada por la critica de la epoca, su conceptualizaci6n, con todo, como se ha senalado en algun momento, I determina en buena parte el trasfondo conceptual sobre el que se tejera la modemidad filos6fica y polftica, a traves de Wolf, hasta Kant. Y desde luego es imprescindible para la comprensi6n de todo el movimiento te6rico y politico del iusnaturalismo. Desde un punto de vista te6riw, la neoescohistica espanola an'anca como reacci6n ai nominalismo y terminismo filosMico dominante en la Universidad de Paris del siglo xv. Lo que los neoescolasticos -como los iusnaturalistas- intentan, en este contexto, es recuperar eI sel1tido argumentativo, concreto, de la dialectica, dal1do de nuevo protagonismo teorico a los contenidos, a Ia manera del humanismo, aunque potenciando el desarrollo conceptual y teorico de aquos. Unos, los neoescolasticos, apoyandose especialmente en la etica aristotelica, sl bien mantcniendo el estilo argumentativo de las quaestiones y sententias, y los otros, los iusnaturalistas, centrados Cicer6n, y argumentando bien a la manera gramatical de humanistas. Y ello bajo eI impulso renacimiento de la , La neoescohlstica arranca pues como una reaccion fuertemente eticista y juricista en el seno mismo de una universidad como la de Paris, sumida por completo en las disquisiciones mas abstractas y formalistas del nominalismo logico. EI ius naturale pas a a constituirse, de alguna manera, en la piedra de toque de toda 1a problematica neoescolastica.

The two chapters contrasting and contrasting British and French moral philosophy in the eighteenth century is eye-opening and it is in this kind of comparative analysis that MacIntyre excels in this book.

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There is a chapter on Kant, but alas, I am still very shaky on Kant and this book did not help get a firmer grip on him. I enjoyed his treatment of Marx and was quite drawn to his observations on the -for me- still unintelligible Hegel. While interesting, I felt the author somewhat lost his bearings in the chapter Kierkegaard to Nietszche, which does not seem to be in the main line of the book.

In the following chapter, after dealing very well with Bentham and Mills, I felt the history unraveling and becoming far too biased towards British moral philosophy.

I found the final chapter on Modern Moral Philosophy particularly unappealing and limited -in a book on twentieth century moral philosophy, surely moral philosophy cannot be considered to have been viewed only from an analytic perspective.

Focusing on the language and logic of moral arguments, and limiting moral philosophy to Moore, his immediate heirs Prichard, Ross, Carritt , a skimpy paragraph on Dewey, Stevenson, and Hare is quite parochial at best.

What happened to Marxism or Existentialism in the twentieth century?

Can you really consider that there were no twentieth century moral philosphers from, say France, Spain, Germany, Eastern Europe or Scandinavia worth mentioning? The first edition of the book was written in and the second edition, published thirty years later, appears to me to have barely carried out some minor corrections.

With this basic baggage you will be able to appreciate the original way in which MacIntyre sweeps across moral an I found this to be a fascinating and very rewarding book -perhaps it fell into my hands with impeccable timing.

With this basic baggage you will be able to appreciate the original way in which MacIntyre sweeps across moral and political philosophy showing how moral values shift in meaning, depth and linkage.

The chapters on Greek philosophy are superb especially in the way Plato and Aristotle are contrasted and compared. The chapter is Christianity is very brief and thirty years after the first edition of this book, MacIntyre apologizes for its brevity and its incompleteness.

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However since I have yet to dip into medieval philosophy and I have yet to feel attracted by Christian philosophy, I was content to take away the importance of the Christian value of equality before God, as a key contribution to moral and political thought, and his explanation of how this idea is filtered through Puritanism in seventeenth century England, to influence Locke is fascinating.

The chapter on Luther, Machiavelli, Hobbes and Spinoza was interesting for its inclusion of Luther, its take on Machiavelli. And the adequacy of his treatment of Hobbes. The two chapters contrasting and contrasting British and French moral philosophy in the eighteenth century is eye-opening and it is in this kind of comparative analysis that MacIntyre excels in this book.

There is a chapter on Kant, but alas, I am still very shaky on Kant and this book did not help get a firmer grip on him. I enjoyed his treatment of Marx and was quite drawn to his observations on the -for me- still unintelligible Hegel.

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