Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Autobiographical introduction. Philosophical theory. Applications: the three shadows, sickness, sorrow and sin, and the right to life, property and reputation. Applications: the ethics of the family, the state, the international relations, etc.
Adler Felix Adler was one of the foremost philosophers involved with applied ethics and the effort of people to live moral lives. When it comes to listing ethical leaders, Felix Adler's name is frequently listed alongside those of Gandhi, Confucius, and Socrates. Adler began from the very basic Kantian premise that each and every person has moral worth and is deserving of both dignity and respect. Adler argued for the idea that each person should act in a manner that is in accordance with and ideal of and is compatible with the social nature of human beings. Major Works: Creed and Deed (1877) The Moral Instruction of Children (1892) The World Crisis and its Meaning (1915) An Ethical Philosophy of Life (1919) The Reconstruction of the Moral Ideal (1924). Specializations: Kantian Ethics Ethics & Applied Ethics Moral Education Ethical Culture. Books by Felix Adler.
D. Appleton, 1918 - Ethics - 380 pages. BOOK III. 139. The Spiritual Attitude to be Observed towards. 179. the Best in Others and Thereby in Thyself. 223. BOOK IV. 239. of the Relation of Art to Ethics.
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Excerpt from An Ethical Philosophy of Life, Presented in Its Main Outlines This book records a philosophy of life growing out of the experience of a lifetime. The convictions put in it are not dogmatic, for dogma is the conviction of one man imposed authoritatively upon others.
Considered by many to be one of the major influences on modern Humanistic Judaism, Felix Adler (1851-1933) was a professor of political and social ethics and a social reformer who founded the Ethical Culture movement. An Ethical Philosophy of Life, Presented in its Main Outline" is divided into four parts. The first is an autobiographical introduction describing the various milestones by which Adler arrived at his worldview. The second part expounds on the philosophical theory. The third part contains applications of the theory to the more strictly personal life, under.
Adler founded the Ethical Culture Society in 1876, a movement devoted to the belief that man must develop morally and aesthetically as well as logically if he is to be truly educated. The kindergarten’s stafl provided a full-service philanthropic institution-washing, feeding, often clothing the children. Their mothers were also helped. Adler was determined that this new institution should have meaning and interest at its center. The ethical ideal of progress was to pervade every course of study. Students were encouraged to observe, to reason independently, and to refer, whenever possible, to original writings as support for their reasoning. Our philosophy has been guided by a desire to provide the reader with a book that is as close as possible to ownership of the original work. We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic work, and that for you it becomes an enriching experience.
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