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Thu Oct 16 17:51:30 2014 UTClccn-n940934450.00Nietzsche and the revaluation of values /0.550.84The handbook of virtue ethics /114693993n 940934453689170Hooft, Stan Marc van 1945-Van Hooft, Stan.Van Hooft Stan 1945-....lccn-n2005085936Vandekerckhove, Wimnp-gillam, lynnGillam, Lynnnp-byrnes, margotByrnes, Margotlccn-n2004104556Athanassoulis, Nafsika1973-lccn-nb2010028104Vanderkerckhove, Wimlccn-no2007088509ebrary, Incnc-springerlink service en ligneSpringerLink (Service en ligne)viaf-155296354Deakin UniversityFaculty of HumanitiesOpen Campus Programnp-dunphy, jocelynDunphy, Jocelynlccn-n79021132Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm1844-1900Hooft, Stan van1945-Conference proceedingsHandbooks, manuals, etcCriticism, interpretation, etcEthicsBioethicsCaringCosmopolitanismVirtueInternational relations--Moral and ethical aspectsGlobalization--Moral and ethical aspectsInternationalismHopeNursing ethicsPhilosophyLifeReasoningCritical thinkingLogicNursing--Decision makingVirtuesEmotionsPolitical sciencePolitical science--PhilosophyNietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm,Act (Philosophy)Commitment (Psychology)Mathematical modelsIntellectPhilosophy, GermanAgent (Philosophy)Perception (Philosophy)Knowledge, Theory ofNetherlandsEthics, ModernPhilosophy, Modern1945197319761987199119921995199719982001200220042005200620072008200920102011201437843098174.957QH33211334ocn057246805file20040.37Hooft, Stan vanLife, death, and subjectivity moral sources in bioethics8034ocn042328673file19950.50Hooft, Stan vanCaring an essay in the philosophy of ethicsThis book offers a model of human agency and motivation in order to argue that ethics is based upon our ontological nature as human beings. The central thesis of this book is that caring is a primordial structure of human existence that takes two forms: caring for self and caring for others. This dual form of caring is expressed in a variety of ways and functions at four levels: (1) a biological level, at which caring is expressed as instincts for survival and nurturing; (2) a perceptual, reactive level, at which caring is expressed as emotion and as cultural constructions of our world; (3) an evaluative, proactive level, at which caring is expressed as pragmatic projects and social forms of solidarity; and (4) a spiritual level, at which caring is expressed as religion, ethics, and morality. From this analysis, author Stan van Hooft concludes that traditional notions of morality as obligatory should give way to an understanding of ethics as the social forms given to our caring for ourselves and others. In addition to presenting discussions in professional philosophy, van Hooft hopes to reach readers working in caring professions such as health, social work, and education, in order that such workers might feel less bound by a rule-governed conception of morality45913ocn061529138book20050.63Hooft, Stan vanUnderstanding virtue ethicsAfter presenting a broad overview of the history of virtue ethics, this work explores virtues in the context of contemporary moral theory to analyse how many intractable moral dilemmas might be overcome by responsible, virtuous agents+-+109501993645418ocn794490870book20090.70Hooft, Stan vanCosmopolitanism a philosophy for global ethicsCosmopolitanism is a demanding and contentious moral position. It urges us to embrace the whole world into our moral concerns and to apply the standards of impartiality and equity across boundaries of nationality, race, religion or gender. It suggests a range of virtues which the cosmopolitan individual should display: tolerance, justice, pity, righteous indignation at injustice, generosity toward the poor and starving, care for the global environ-ment, and the willingness to take responsibility for change on a global scale. This book explains and espouses the values of cosmopolitanism, adjudicates between various forms of cosmopolitanism, and defends it against its critics. The book highlights ethical issues and identifies the moral obligations that individuals, multinational corporations and governments might have in relation to them. The book discusses the work of Kwame Anthony Appiah, Seyla Benhabib, Martha Nussbaum, Thomas Pogge, John Rawls, Amartya Sen, Henry Shue, Peter Singer and others to provide a clear and accessible survey of cosmopolitanism that analyses the reality of the rights and responsibilities that it espouses+-+98918082253679ocn654396163file20100.70Hooft, StanQuestioning cosmopolitanismConference proceedingsThis book aims to provide cutting edge essays by leading scholars on cosmopolitanism. Cosmopolitanism is an emerging movement in global ethics and provides a meeting point between theorists of international law, political science, political philosophy, applied ethics, economics, development studies, and international relations. The second International Conference of the International Global Ethics Association will be held in Melbourne, Australia in June 2008 on the theme of 'Questioning Cosmopolitanism' and will attract major scholars from around the world. It is envisaged that the best essays+-+18523639541624ocn741958947book20110.70Hooft, Stan vanHopeInvestigates the meaning of hope and shows that it is a fundamental structure of the way we live our lives. Discusses hope in the arenas of medicine, politics, and religion, showing the relevance of philosophical thinking and distinctions to this aspect of human life+-+75170199361476ocn060826506book20050.59Hooft, Stan vanCaring about health+-+23080190251383ocn048475675book19950.63Hooft, Stan vanFacts and values : an introduction to critical thinking for nurses1034ocn825745767book20140.84The handbook of virtue ethicsHandbooks, manuals, etcVirtue ethics has emerged as a distinct field within moral theory - whether as an alternative account of right action or as a conception of normativity which departs entirely from the obligatoriness of morality - and has proved itself invaluable to many aspects of contemporary applied ethics. Virtue ethics now flourishes in philosophy, sociology and theology and its applications extend to law, politics and bioethics. 'The handbook of virtue ethics' brings together leading international scholars to provide an overview of the field. Each chapter summarizes and assesses the most important work on a particular topic and sets this work in the context of historical developments. Taking a global approach by embracing a variety of major cultural traditions along with the Western, the handbook maps the emergence of virtue ethics and provides a framework for future developments84ocn756320276book20090.47Hooft, Stan vanCosmopolitanism : a philosophy of global ethics+-+799180822531ocn038357885book19950.47Hooft, Stan vanLecturer's manual for Facts and values: an introduction to critical thinking for nurses22ocn221228165book1992Hooft, Stan vanNietzsche and the revaluation of valuesCriticism, interpretation, etcProduced for unit HUI310 offered by the Faculty of Humanities in Deakin University's Open Campus Program11ocn220537420book19870.47Hooft, Stan vanPEP report11ocn225412825book19730.47Hooft, Stan vanActs and agency11ocn221054607rcrd1992Hooft, Stan vanNietzsche and the revaluation of values11ocn223014095book19760.47Hooft, Stan vanKnowledge and intentionality : an essay in philosophical anthropology11ocn221433245book19910.47Hooft, Stan vanReport on professional experience program undertaken by Associate Professor Stan van Hooft during August, September and October 199103ocn298663067book2008Hooft, Stan vanPhilosophy and the meaning of lifeProduced principally for undergraduate unit ASP105 (Philosophy and the meaning of life) offered by the Faculty of Arts and Education's School of International and Political Studies in Deakin University's Flexible Learning Program01ocn223402726book2002Hooft, Stan vanEthics and morality after NietzscheCriticism, interpretation, etcProduced principally for units ASP215, ASP315 (Morals and modernity) offered by the Faculty of Arts' School of Social Inquiry in Deakin University's Open Campus Program02ocn225032970book2002Hooft, Stan vanAristotle's ethicsPrepared for units ASP413, ASP313, ASP213 (Founders of western philosophy) offered by the Faculty of Arts' School of Social Inquiry in Deakin University's Open Campus Program+-+1095019936+-+1095019936Thu Oct 16 15:14:40 EDT 2014batch15020