バートランド・ラッセルのポータルサイト


第8回寄贈図書に収録されている論文等の目次
Russell on Ethics; selections from the writings of B. Russell.  Ed. by 
   Charles Pigden.
   London, Routledge, 1999.  xiv, 257 p.  *Paper ed.

 Contents:
  Preface and acknowledgements. Introduction.
  Pt 1: A moralist in the making: the pre-Principia writings.
   1 Greek exercises  2 On the foundations of ethics  3 The relation of
   what ought to be to what is, has been or will be  4 The relation of rule
   and end  5 On the definition of virtue  6 The ethical bearings of 
   phychology  7 Ethical axioms  8 Cleopatra or Maggie Tulliver?  9 Are
   all desires equally moral?  10 Is ethics a branch of empirical psychology
   11 See Madam? Nay it is  12 Was the world good before the sixth day?
  Pt 2: Meta-ethics
   13 The meaning of good  14 On scientific method in philosophy 15 War and
   non-resistence; a rejoinder to Professor Perry  16 Controversy with 'North
   Staffs'  17 Is there an absolute good?  18 What I believe  19 Science
   and ethics  20 Reply to criticisms  21 A compromise solution?  22 Last
   perplexities
  Pt 3: Reasons and passions
   23 Reason: the slave of the passions
  Pt 4: The function of morality
   24 The development of morals  25 What is morality?  Interlude 1: a new
   morality versus no morality  26 A Russian communist philosopher  27 Power
   and moral codes
  Pt 5 Contemplation and the good life
   Interlude 2: Spinoza and the ethic of impersonal self-enlargement
   28 The good of the intellect  29 On the ethical importance of scientific
   realism  30 The Spinozistic outlook
  Bibliography
  Index