The Basis of Morality

The Basis of Morality

Arthur Schopenhauer

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The Problem
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General Retrospect
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Preliminary Remarks
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On The Imperative Form of The Kantian Ethics
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On The Assumption of Duties Towards Ourselves in Particular
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On The Basis of Kantian Ethics
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On The Leading Principle of Kantian Ethics
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On The Derived Forms of The Leading Principle of The Kantian Ethics
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Kants Doctrine of Conscience
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Kants Doctrine of The Intelligible And Empirical Character
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Fichtes Ethics as a Magnifying Glass For The Errors of The Kantian
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Conditions of The Problem
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Sceptical View
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Antimoral Incentives
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Criterion of Actions of Moral Worth
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Statement and Proof of The Only True Moral Incentive
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The Virtue of Justice
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The Virtue of Loving Kindness
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The Proof Now Given Confirmed By Evidence
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On The Ethical Difference of Character
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How This Appendix Must Be Understood
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The Metaphysical Groundwork
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Juducium Regiae Danicae Scientaiarium Societatis

In this classic work of philosophy Schopenhauer argues that morality stems from compassion and/or sympathy.

Part 1 deals with the question posed by the Royal Danish Society and outlined in the Preface to this book and also his interpretation of the history of western ethics.

A relatively short opening to a large volume of work, this section comprises of just 2 chapters.