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Philosophy as a Humanistic Discipline
Bernard Williams
Selected, edited, and with an introduction by A. W. Moore

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface by Patricia Williams vii
Introduction by A.W.Moore xi

PART ONE: Metaphysics and Epistemology

CHAPTER ONE: Tertullian's Paradox (1955) 3
CHAPTER TWO: Metaphysical Arguments (1957) 22
CHAPTER THREE: Pleasure and Belief (1959) 34
CHAPTER FOUR: Knowledge and Reasons (1972) 47
CHAPTER FIVE: Identity and Identities (1995) 57

PART TWO: Ethics

CHAPTER SIX: The Primacy of Dispositions (1987) 67
CHAPTER SEVEN: The Structure of Hare's Theory (1988) 76
CHAPTER EIGHT: Subjectivism and Toleration (1992) 86
CHAPTER NINE: The Actus Reus of Dr.Caligari (1994) 97
CHAPTER TEN: Values, Reasons, and the Theory of Persuasion (1996) 109
CHAPTER ELEVEN: Moral Responsibility and Political Freedom (1997) 119
CHAPTER TWELVE: Tolerating the Intolerable (1999) 126
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: The Human Prejudice (unpublished) 135

PART THREE: The Scope and Limits of Philosophy

CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Political Philosophy and the Analytical Tradition (1980) 155
CHAPTER FIFTEEN: Philosophy and the Understanding of Ignorance (1995) 169
CHAPTER SIXTEEN: Philosophy as a Humanistic Discipline (2000) 180
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: What Might Philosophy Become? (unpublished) 200

Bernard Williams: Complete Philosophical Publications 215

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