Ideas from 'Theory of Good and Evil' by Hastings Rashdall [1907], by Theme Structure

[found in 'The Existence of God' (ed/tr Hick,John) [Macmillan 1964,0-02-085450-1]].

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16. Persons / B. Nature of the Self / 2. Ethical Self
Morality requires a minimum commitment to the self
22. Metaethics / A. Value / 1. Nature of Value / e. Means and ends
All moral judgements ultimately concern the value of ends
23. Ethics / E. Utilitarianism / 6. Ideal Utilitarianism
Ideal Utilitarianism is teleological but non-hedonistic; the aim is an ideal end, which includes pleasure
28. God / B. Proving God / 2. Proofs of Reason / c. Moral Argument
Conduct is only reasonable or unreasonable if the world is governed by reason
Absolute moral ideals can't exist in human minds or material things, so their acceptance implies a greater Mind [PG]