Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong by J. L. Mackie
Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong J. L. Mackie ebook
ISBN: 0140135588, 9780140135589
It really depends who the list is for. Inventing Right and Wrong, Penguin 1990. Metaethics [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy ]Likewise, in his influential book Ethics : Inventing Right and Wrong, J.L. Edward Feser · Mackie's argument from queerness - In his book *Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong*, J. A., Textbook of Christian Ethics, T & T Clark 1989. An introduction to Ethics., OUP 1992. James, Pragmatism:the meaning of truth, (Cambridge, mass: Havard University Press, 1978) 6. Mackie famously put forward his “argument from queerness” against the objectivity of moral values. Mackie, John, Ethics; Inventing right and wrong, (Penguin 1977). Similarly, I think that Donagan (The Theory of Morality) and Mackie (Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong) make crucial points in ethical theory, although these points are too rarely grasped by other philosophers. P E N G U I N BOOKS Published by the Penguin Group Penguin Books Ltd, 27 Wrights Lane, London W8 5TZ, England Penguin Books USA Inc. Joyce, Richard, The Myth of Morality, (Cambridge, 2001). Also his book “Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong” is good but probably only the first few chapters are worth reading (it's metaethics not ethics… that's my excuse). Mackie, author of Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong. Ethics.Inventing.Right.and.Wrong.pdf. The direct method of distinguishing between a right action and a wrong action is act-utilitarianism, by which an action is deemed right as long as it maximizes welfare. Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong.