- Title Pages
- Texts and References
- 1 The Development of Sidgwick's Thought
- 2 Intuitionism and Common Sense
- 3 The Cambridge Moralists
- 4 The Early Utilitarians
- 5 The Reworking of Utilitarianism
- 6 The Aims and Scope of <i>The Methods of Ethics</i>
- 7 Reason and Action
- 8 Acts and Agents
- 9 The Examination of Common‐Sense Morality
- 10 The Self‐Evident Axioms
- 11 The Transition to Utilitarianism
- 12 Utilitarianism and its Method
- 13 The Dualism of the Practical Reason
- 14 Sidgwick and the Later Victorians
- 15 Sidgwick and the History of Ethics
- Sidgwick's Ethics and Victorian Moral Philosophy
- Oxford University Press
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