Table of contents for An introduction to moral philosophy and moral education / Robin Barrow.

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 PART ONE ? Understanding the Nature and Limits of Moral Theory
1. Integrity: A Shared Moral Value
2. Religion, Nature and Intuition as Possible Sources of Moral Truth
3. Some Distinctions and Some Mistakes
4. Rights and Procedures
PART TWO ? Outline of a Moral Theory
5. Principles that Define Morality
6. Reasons for being Moral
7. Relativism
8. Second Order Principles
PART THREE ? Some Implications of the Moral Theory
9. Moral vs. Social, Ecological and Sexual Values
10. Moral vs. Health and Safety Values
PART FOUR ? Moral Education
11. Moral Questions in Education
12. The Question of Moral Education
13. Forms of Moral Education

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Moral education.