by Dept. of Languages and Linguistics, Lagos State University in Ojo, Nigeria .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Agwonorobo E. Eruvbetine.|
|Contributions||Eruvbetine, Agwonorobo Enaeme.|
|LC Classifications||P49 .A33 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 266 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||91211716|
The Aesthetics of Artifice: Villiers’s L’Ève future (North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures) by Marie Lathers (Author) › Visit Amazon's Marie Lathers Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Cited by: 4. The Continuum Aesthetics series looks at the aesthetic questions and issues raised by all major art forms. Stimulating, engaging and highly readable, the series offers food for thought not only for students of aesthetics, but also for anyone with an interest in philosophy and the arts. Aesthetics and Literature places philosophical aesthetics at the heart of thinking about literature. The book. Books shelved as utilitarianism: Hard Times by Charles Dickens, Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill, Practical Ethics by Peter Singer, Utilitarianism: For. Mill’s classic work, Utilitarianism, sets forth the major tenets of the doctrine and reformulates many of Bentham’s ideas. In Chapter 2 of Utilitarianism, Mill noted that utilitarianism had concentrated upon the quantity of pleasure but it did not address any qualitative differences in pleasure. Mill feared the emphasis on pleasure would reduce utilitarianism to hedonism, a doctrine he considered “worthy of swine.”.
Aesthetics is commonly defined as the study of beauty, and its opposite, ugliness. Some philosophers conceive of aesthetics as applying solely to the arts or to artistic experience. Utilitarianism is the assumption that human beings act in a way that highlights their own self interest. It is based on factuality and leaves little room for imagination. Dickens provides three vivid examples of this utilitarian logic in Hard Times. The first; Mr. Thomas Gradgrind, one of the main characters in the book. Utilitarianism is one of the most important and influential moral theories of modern times. In many respects, it is the outlook of Scottish philosopher David Hume () and his writings from the midth century. But it received both its name and its clearest statement in the writings of English philosophers Jeremy Bentham () and John Stuart Mill ().Author: Emrys Westacott. utilitarianism (yōō´tĬlĬtr´ēənĬzəm, yōōtĬ´–), in ethics, the theory that the rightness or wrongness of an action is determined by its usefulness in bringing about the most happiness of all those affected by arianism is a form of consequentialism, which advocates that those actions are right which bring about the most good overall.
In Utilitarianism: For and Against, Bernard Williams is against. This is a book of two halves. The first half is written by a very eminent Australian philosopher and I can’t remember a word of it, but the second half was important to me. I was a pretty pure utilitarian until I read it, and it countered a lot of the influence of Peter Singer. on language, aesthetics and emotions, starting with T. H. Green and concluding viewpoints, including utilitarianism, empiricism, realism, and pragmatism. They were not merely critical: it can be said that British idealism introduced Language, aesthetics and emotions in the work of the British idealistsAuthor: Colin Tyler, James Connelly. Just a few of the most important utilitarian thinkers after Mill include: Henry Sidgwick, best known for closely comparing utilitarianism to other ethical systems in The Methods of Ethics (); Derek Parfit, who is remembered for similar, much more recent reconciliatory work in On What Matters (), as well as his earlier book Reasons and. His novels, including Crime and Punishment (), The Idiot (), Demons () and The Brothers Karamazov (), have been translated into more than languages. Dostoyevsky was influenced.