By Jill Kraye, Risto Saarinen
This quantity investigates the paradigm alterations which happened in ethics in the course of the early sleek period (1350-1600). whereas many normal claims were made in regards to the nature of ethical philosophy within the interval of transition from medieval to trendy suggestion, the wealthy number of extant texts has seldom been studied and mentioned intimately. the current assortment makes an attempt to do that. It presents new study on ethics within the context of overdue Scholasticism, Neo-Scholasticism, Renaissance Humanism and the Reformation. It strains the destiny of Aristotelianism and of Stoicism, explores particular subject matters resembling probabilism and casuistry, and highlights the connections among Protestant theology and early smooth ethics. The ebook additionally examines how the origins of human rights, in addition to varied perspectives of ethical supplier, the need and the sentiments, got here into concentrate on the eve of modernity.
Target viewers: scholars of medieval, Renaissance and Reformation background; scholars of the background of philosophy, ethics and theology; these attracted to humanism, human rights and the background of law.
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