Bradley's Moral Psychology
|Author: ||MacNiven, Don|
An in-depth look at the moral philosophy of F. H. Bradley with a view to comparing his grounding of morality with the dominant positions of his time and ours.
". . . emphasizes Bradley's psychology of moral development without neglecting other aspects of his ethics . . . a welcome effort . . ." - Ethics
". . . the first systematic account of self-realization and the role it plays in Ethical Studies. . . . The stages MacNiven identifies provide effective reference points for understanding Bradley's account of moral development. MacNiven has good textual support. . . . There are a number of subsidiary discussions that add significantly to the value . . . Unlike anything else that has been written on Ethical Studies, MacNiven gives the plot of the book and brings it into conjunction with contemporary moral psychology." - James Allard, Philosophy Books