The Resource Aristotle's powers and responsibility for nature, Stephan Millett

Aristotle's powers and responsibility for nature, Stephan Millett

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Aristotle's powers and responsibility for nature
Title
Aristotle's powers and responsibility for nature
Statement of responsibility
Stephan Millett
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Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
113
Index
index present
LC call number
B491.T4
LC item number
M55 2011eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Berner Reihe philosophischer Studien,
Series volume
Bd. 44
Label
Aristotle's powers and responsibility for nature, Stephan Millett
Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction 9; Part I: The Heritage of Aristotle; 1 Aristotle's Biological Teleology 23; Introduction 23; The Concept of Teleology in the Philosophy of Biology 24; Aristotle's Teleology 31; Three Key Aristotelian Concepts 34; Aristotle's Powers and Change 42; The Nature of Ph sis 48; Conclusion 50; 2 Persevering in Being: Conatus and D namis 51; Introduction 51; Origins of Spinoza's Conatus 52; Desire and Will: a Taxonomical Comparison 74; Conatus and 'Change' in Aristotle 80; Physics B and an Internal Principle of Movement 87; Part II: Moral Considerability
  • 3 The Status of Organisms and Ecosystems 95Introduction 95; Parts and Wholes 98; Ends-in-themselves 108; Intrinsic Value 112; Interest 115; Intrinsic Value Theories in Environmental Philosophy 121; Third-order Autopoiesis and Ecosystems 127; Summary 137; 4 Nature, Moral Considerability and Respect 139; Introduction 139; Taylor's Biocentric Ethic 140; Moral Considerability 144; Living Things as (Aristotelian) Teleological Centres of Activity 151; Addressing the Paradox of Individual 'Unity' 155; Inherent Worth and 'Good' 161; Moral Persons 166; Conflict and Resolution 168
  • Love of a Special Sort 251Jonas' Ethic of Responsibility Revisited 253; 8 Finally 271; References 281; Subject Index 295; Name Index 301
  • Moral Significance and Merit 173Conclusions 175; 5 Selves, Conatus and Aristotle 177; Introduction 177; A Cosmological Approach 178; Individuation 184; Conatus 191; Interest 195; Individuals 198; An Aristotelian Umbrella 202; Part III: Value and Responsibility; 6 Value, Complexity and Obligation 205; Introduction 205; Value Enters the World 206; Complexity is Relevant 209; Responsibility 223; Human-nature Dualism 230; Forms of Substantive Responsibility 234; 7 Feeling, Responsibility and Virtue 241; From the Nature of Things to an Ethical Standpoint 241; Responsibility, Virtue, Feeling 248
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ocn812915200
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1 online resource (303 pages)
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online
Isbn
9783035102895
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computer
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rdamedia
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