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Max Scheler and Nicolai Hartmann built ethics upon a phenomenological foundation. This quantity demonstrates that their contributions to a cloth ethics of worth are complementary: by means of supplementing the paintings of 1 with that of the opposite, we receive a entire and defensible axiological and ethical conception. by means of “phenomenology,” we check with an intuitive strategy that makes an attempt to explain thematically the insights into essences, or the meaning-elements of judgments, that underlie and make attainable our awake know-how of a global and the evaluative judgments we make of the gadgets and individuals we come upon on the earth.

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7. 1 The clash of cause and Emotion in Scheler............................. 7. 2 The Phenomenology of Virtue........................................................ 7. three Von Hildebrand and Husserl on Virtue........................................... 7. four Hartmann: the ethical Context of Virtue......................................... 7. four. 1  Goodness............................................................................. 7. four. 2  Nobility............................................................................... 7. four. three  Richness of Experience....................................................... 7. four. four  Purity................................................................................... 133 133 a hundred thirty five 139 a hundred and forty four one hundred forty four one hundred forty five 146 148 116 117 119 one hundred twenty five 131 Contents xvii   eight advantage Ethics............................................................................................. eight. 1 The Platonic Virtues........................................................................ eight. 1. 1 Justice................................................................................ eight. 1. 2 Wisdom.............................................................................. eight. 1. three braveness and Self-control................................................... eight. 2 The Aristotelian Virtues.................................................................. eight. 2. 1 Aristotle’s Procedure......................................................... eight. 2. 2 an issue: Ontological and Axiological Dimensions of Virtue......................................................... eight. 2. three The Minor Virtues............................................................. eight. three The Christian Virtues...................................................................... eight. three. 1 Brotherly Love................................................................... eight. three. 2 fact and Truthfulness; Reliability and Fidelity............... eight. three. three Humility............................................................................. eight. three. four Social Virtues..................................................................... eight. four Modernity: The 3rd Order of Values........................................... eight. four. 1 the affection of the Remote.................................................... eight. four. 2 Radiant Virtue.................................................................... eight. five The constitution of the area of Value............................................... eight. five. 1 team spirit of the Virtues in Plato’s Protagoras......................... eight. five. 2 Oppositional family members in Hartmann................................. eight. five. three Recurrence within the Realm of Values................................... eight. five. four An Illustration.................................................................... 151 152 153 154 one hundred fifty five 156 156   nine The Phenomenology of the Person......................................................... nine. 1 Scheler’s Phenomenology of Personhood....................................... nine. 2 Hartmann’s Critique of Scheler’s notion of the Person...............

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