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  • Title: PoSA: Contents
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    • Moral Imagination (Darwinism and Morality)
  • Title: PoSA: Introduction - Rudolf Steiner as a Philosopher
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    • Now the problem arises, How can objective morality be united with personal
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter IX: The Idea of Freedom
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    • represents the driving force, the second, the aims of morality.
    • We can find the driving force of morality by investigating the elements
    • Motives of morality are representations and concepts. There are philosophers
    • of ethics who also see in feeling a motive for morality; they maintain, for
    • injuring others (morality of prudence). The particular content of egoistical
    • principles of morality will depend upon what representations a person has of
    • him. This is the advance from morality based on authority, to conduct based
    • on moral insight. At this level of morality the person will consider the
    • to ever greater perfection; 3) the realization of individual aims of morality,
    • thinkable principle of morality is one which contains no such relation from
    • morality, but were to recognize a certain value in all principles of
    • morality and were always to ask whether the one or the other would be more
    • morality driving force and motive coincide, that is, neither a predetermined
    • this level of morality one can speak only of general concepts of morality
    • rules, but as a natural philosophy of morality. It is true that laws
    • principle of morality the action is based. While I am acting I am moved to
    • myself who acts. At this level of morality I do not act because I acknowledge
    • of aims of morality, grasped purely intuitively. Man attains such aims to
    • have to deal with real people from whom one can hope for morality only when
    • hypocrisy of morality if this is to be the ultimate conclusion. Then
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  • Title: PoSA: Chapter X: Philosophy of Freedom and Monism
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    • Metaphysical realism cannot do otherwise than seek the origin of morality
    • order that stands behind it. Earthly morality is the manifestation of the
    • and morality is the co-operation in the shortening of this path of
    • necessary preliminary stages of morality, but it also recognizes the
    • principles of morality can be eliminated from the world as little as can
    • morality other than those inherent in man. Human morality, like human
    • would also have a different morality. Morality for the monist is a
    • morality finds expression.
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter XII: Moral Imagination
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    • of the word. Those who merely preach morality, that is, people who devise
    • morality of the world from causes which do not lie within the world we can
    • bearer of morality.
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter XIII: The Value of Life
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    • he can be moral. Morality lies in striving for an aim that has been recognized
    • of will may also be determined by factors other than intuition, but morality
    • to present morality in its full dignity, for it is not of the opinion that
  • Title: PoSA: The Consequences of Monism
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    • in itself, then the consciousness of freedom, which springs from morality,

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