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Ideas of Hastings Rashdall, by Text

[British, 1858 - 1924, Fellow of New College, Oxford.]

1907 Theory of Good and Evil
II.III.I.4 p.146 Morality requires a minimum commitment to the self
II.III.I.4 p.148 Conduct is only reasonable or unreasonable if the world is governed by reason
II.III.I.4 p.149 Absolute moral ideals can't exist in human minds or material things, so their acceptance implies a greater Mind [PG]
VII.I p.184 All moral judgements ultimately concern the value of ends
VII.I p.184 Ideal Utilitarianism is teleological but non-hedonistic; the aim is an ideal end, which includes pleasure