Table of contents for Ethics within reason : a neo-gewirthian approach / Edward H. Spence.

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Foreword	xi
Acknowledgements	xiii
Introduction	1
Part I: The Justification of the Theory
	1	Gewirth's Argument for the Principle of Generic Consistency	11
	2	Objections to Gewirth's Argument	37
	3	Positive Rights and Community	137
Part II: Agents and Persons:
The Dignity-Conferring Value of Rights
4 A Reconstruction of Gewirth's Argument for the PGC
Around the Concept of Self-Respect	159
Part III: The Unity of the Right and the Good:
Rights, Virtues, and Sentiments
	5	The Unity of the Right and the Good	217
	6	Conflicts of Duties: Special Obligations	283
Part IV: The Resolution of the Conflict
Between Self-Interest and Morality
	7	Justification, Motivation, and Compliance	305
	8	The Conflict Between Self-Interest and Morality	349
Part V: The Practical Application of the Theory:
A Neo-Stoic Perspective
	9	The Ethical Foundations of Professional Practice:
		The Application of the PGC in Professional Ethics	371
	10	The Neo-Stoicism of Gewirth's Rationalist Ethics	393
Bibliography	443
Index		451

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Gewirth, Alan. Reason and morality.
Gewirth, Alan.
Ethics.