Group of 13 offprints of articles on philosophy, ethics and morality, good and evil, etc., from the collection of Wilfrid Sellars. H. J. McCloskey, Henry John.

Group of 13 offprints of articles on philosophy, ethics and morality, good and evil, etc., from the collection of Wilfrid Sellars

Paperback. Generally very good, some with "McCloskey" in pencil on cover pages in Sellars' hand. McCloskey was a moral philosopher, known for his exploration of "extreme" utilitarianism and for his view that considerations of evil preclude the possibility of theism. Includes: Toward an Objectivist Ethic (1962), Ethics, Metaphysics and Sociology (1959), Objectivism in Aesthetics (1963), The Problem of Evil (1962), Practical Implications of the State's Right to Promote the Good (1961), The State and Evil (1959), An Examination of Restricted Utilitarianism (1957), God and Evil (1960), Mill's Liberalism (nd), The Complexity of the Concepts of Punishment (nd), Morality without Religion (1961), Nowell-Smith's Ethics (nd), Induction: is it Open to Doubts? (1962). From the collection of Wilfrid Sellars, one of the most significant analytical philosophers of the 20th century. Very Good. Item #H17771

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