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The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas

By Edward Westermarck
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  • THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MORAL IDEAS
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED
      • LONDON . BOMBAY . CALCUTTA
        • MELBOURNE
      • MELBOURNE
      • THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
        • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
        • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
      • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
      • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
      • THE MACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
        • TORONTO
      • TORONTO
    • LONDON . BOMBAY . CALCUTTA
      • MELBOURNE
    • MELBOURNE
    • THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
      • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
      • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
    • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
    • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
    • THE MACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
      • TORONTO
    • TORONTO
  • THE ORIGIN
  • AND DEVELOPMENT
  • MORAL IDEAS
    • EDWARD WESTERMARCK, PH.D., LL.D.
      • IN TWO VOLUMES
      • VOL. I
      • SECOND EDITION
    • IN TWO VOLUMES
    • VOL. I
    • SECOND EDITION
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED
    • ST. MARTIN’S STREET, LONDON
      • 1924.
        • COPYRIGHT
      • COPYRIGHT
    • 1924.
      • COPYRIGHT
    • COPYRIGHT
    • PREFACE
    • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
  • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • CHAPTER I
    • THE EMOTIONAL ORIGIN OF MORAL JUDGMENTS
    • CHAPTER II
    • THE NATURE OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS
    • CHAPTER III
    • THE NATURE OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS (continued)
    • CHAPTER IV
    • THE NATURE OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS (concluded)
    • CHAPTER V
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS
    • CHAPTER VI
    • ANALYSIS OF THE PRINCIPAL MORAL CONCEPTS
    • CHAPTER VII
    • CUSTOMS AND LAWS AS EXPRESSIONS OF MORAL IDEAS
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE GENERAL NATURE OF THE SUBJECTS OF ENLIGHTENED MORAL JUDGMENTS
    • CHAPTER IX
    • THE WILL AS THE SUBJECT OF MORAL JUDGMENT AND THE INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL EVENTS
    • CHAPTER X
    • AGENTS UNDER INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
    • CHAPTER XI
    • MOTIVES
    • CHAPTER XII
    • FORBEARANCES AND CARELESSNESS— CHARACTER
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • WHY MORAL JUDGMENTS ARE PASSED ON CONDUCT AND CHARACTER—MORAL VALUATION AND FREE-WILL
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • PRELIMINARY REMARKS—HOMICIDE IN GENERAL
    • CHAPTER XV
    • HOMICIDE IN GENERAL (continued)
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • HOMICIDE IN GENERAL (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • THE KILLING OF PARENTS, SICK PERSONS, CHILDREN—FETICIDE
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • THE KILLING OF WOMEN, AND OF SLAVES—THE CRIMINALITY OF HOMICIDE INFLUENCED BY DISTINCTIONS OF CLASS
    • CHAPTER XIX
    • HUMAN SACRIFICE
    • CHAPTER XX
    • BLOOD-REVENGE AND COMPENSATION—THE PUNISHMENT OF DEATH
    • CHAPTER XXI
    • THE DUEL
    • CHAPTER XXII
    • BODILY INJURIES
    • CHAPTER XXIII
    • CHARITY AND GENEROSITY
    • CHAPTER XXIV
    • HOSPITALITY
    • CHAPTER XXV
    • THE SUBJECTION OF CHILDREN
    • CHAPTER XXVI
    • THE SUBJECTION OF WIVES
    • CHAPTER XXVII
    • SLAVERY
  • THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT
  • OF THE MORAL IDEAS
  • THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT
  • OF THE MORAL IDEAS
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • CHAPTER I
    • THE EMOTIONAL ORIGIN OF MORAL JUDGMENTS
    • CHAPTER II
    • THE NATURE OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS
    • CHAPTER III
    • THE NATURE OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS (continued)
    • CHAPTER IV
    • THE NATURE OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS (concluded)
    • CHAPTER V
    • THE ORIGIN OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS
    • CHAPTER VI
    • ANALYSIS OF THE PRINCIPAL MORAL CONCEPTS
    • CHAPTER VII
    • CUSTOMS AND LAWS AS EXPRESSIONS OF MORAL IDEAS
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE GENERAL NATURE OF THE SUBJECTS OF ENLIGHTENED MORAL JUDGMENTS
    • CHAPTER IX
    • THE WILL AS THE SUBJECT OF MORAL JUDGMENT AND THE INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL EVENTS
    • CHAPTER X
    • AGENTS UNDER INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
    • CHAPTER XI
    • MOTIVES
    • CHAPTER XII
    • FORBEARANCES AND CARELESSNESS—CHARACTER
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • WHY MORAL JUDGMENTS ARE PASSED ON CONDUCT AND CHARACTER—MORAL VALUATION AND FREE-WILL
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • PRELIMINARY REMARKS—HOMICIDE IN GENERAL
    • CHAPTER XV
    • HOMICIDE IN GENERAL (continued)
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • HOMICIDE IN GENERAL (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • THE KILLING OF PARENTS, SICK PERSONS, CHILDREN—FETICIDE
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • THE KILLING OF WOMEN AND OF SLAVES—THE CRIMINALITY OF HOMICIDE INFLUENCED BY DISTINCTIONS OF CLASS.
    • CHAPTER XIX
    • HUMAN SACRIFICE
    • CHAPTER XX
    • BLOOD- REVENGE AND COMPENSATION—THE PUNISHMENT OF DEATH
    • CHAPTER XXI
    • THE DUEL
    • CHAPTER XXII
    • BODILY INJURIES
    • CHAPTER XXIII
    • CHARITY AND GENEROSITY
    • CHAPTER XXIV
    • HOSPITALITY
    • CHAPTER XXV
    • THE SUBJECTION OF CHILDREN
    • CHAPTER XXVI
    • THE SUBJECTION OF WIVES
    • CHAPTER XXVII
    • SLAVERY
  • THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MORAL IDEAS
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED
      • LONDON . BOMBAY . CALCUTTA
        • MELBOURNE
      • MELBOURNE
      • THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
        • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
        • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
      • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
      • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
      • THE MACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
        • TORONTO
      • TORONTO
    • LONDON . BOMBAY . CALCUTTA
      • MELBOURNE
    • MELBOURNE
    • THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
      • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
      • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
    • NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO
    • DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
    • THE MACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
      • TORONTO
    • TORONTO
  • THE ORIGIN
  • AND DEVELOPMENT
  • MORAL IDEAS
    • EDWARD WESTERMARCK
      • IN TWO VOLUMES
      • VOL. II
      • SECOND EDITION
    • IN TWO VOLUMES
    • VOL. II
    • SECOND EDITION
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED
    • ST. MARTIN’S STREET, LONDON
      • 1917
        • COPYRIGHT
      • COPYRIGHT
    • 1917
      • COPYRIGHT
    • COPYRIGHT
    • PREFACE
    • TO THE SECOND EDITION OF VOL. II
  • CONTENTS
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • THE RIGHT OF PROPERTY
    • CHAPTER XXIX
    • THE RIGHT OF PROPERTY (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XXX
    • THE REGARD FOR TRUTH AND GOOD FAITH
    • CHAPTER XXXI
    • THE REGARD FOR TRUTH AND GOOD FAITH (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XXXII
    • THE RESPECT FOR OTHER MEN’S HONOUR AND SELF-REGARDING PRIDE—POLITENESS
    • CHAPTER XXXIII
    • REGARD FOR OTHER PERSONS’ HAPPINESS IN GENERAL—GRATITUDE—PATRIOTISM AND COSMOPOLITANISM
    • CHAPTER XXXIV
    • THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALTRUISTIC SENTIMENT
    • CHAPTER XXXV
    • SUICIDE
    • CHAPTER XXXVI
    • SELF-REGARDING DUTIES AND VIRTUES—INDUSTRY— REST
    • CHAPTER XXXVII
    • RESTRICTIONS IN DIET
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII
    • RESTRICTIONS IN DIET (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XXXIX
    • CLEANLINESS AND UNCLEANLINESS—ASCETICISM IN GENERAL
    • CHAPTER XL
    • MARRIAGE
    • CHAPTER XLI
    • CELIBACY
    • CHAPTER XLII
    • FREE LOVE—ADULTERY
    • CHAPTER XLIII
    • HOMOSEXUAL LOVE
    • CHAPTER XLIV
    • REGARD FOR THE LOWER ANIMALS
    • CHAPTER XLV
    • REGARD FOR THE DEAD
    • CHAPTER XLVI
    • CANNIBALISM
    • CHAPTER XLVII
    • THE BELIEF IN SUPERNATURAL BEINGS
    • CHAPTER XLVIII
    • DUTIES TO GODS
    • CHAPTER XLIX
    • DUTIES TO GODS (concluded)
    • CHAPTER L
    • GODS AS GUARDIANS OF MORALITY
    • CHAPTER LI
    • GODS AS GUARDIANS OF MORALITY (continued)
    • CHAPTER LII
    • GODS AS GUARDIANS OF MORALITY (concluded)
    • CHAPTER LIII
    • CONCLUSION
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • THE RIGHT OF PROPERTY
    • CHAPTER XXIX
    • THE RIGHT OF PROPERTY (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XXX
    • THE REGARD FOR TRUTH AND GOOD FAITH
    • CHAPTER XXXI
    • THE REGARD FOR TRUTH AND GOOD FAITH (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XXXII
    • THE RESPECT FOR OTHER MEN’S HONOUR AND SELF-REGARDING PRIDE—POLITENESS
    • CHAPTER XXXIII
    • REGARD FOR OTHER PERSONS’ HAPPINESS IN GENERAL— GRATITUDE—PATRIOTISM AND COSMOPOLITANISM
    • CHAPTER XXXIV
    • THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALTRUISTIC SENTIMENT
    • CHAPTER XXXV
    • SUICIDE
    • CHAPTER XXXVI
    • SELF- REGARDING DUTIES AND VIRTUES—INDUSTRY—REST
    • CHAPTER XXXVII
    • RESTRICTIONS IN DIET
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII
    • RESTRICTIONS IN DIET (concluded)
    • CHAPTER XXXIX
    • CLEANLINESS AND UNCLEANLINESS—ASCETICISM IN GENERAL
    • CHAPTER XL
    • MARRIAGE
    • CHAPTER XLI
    • CELIBACY
    • CHAPTER XLII
    • FREE LOVE—ADULTERY
    • CHAPTER XLIII
    • HOMOSEXUAL LOVE
    • CHAPTER XLIV
    • REGARD FOR THE LOWER ANIMALS
    • CHAPTER XLV
    • REGARD FOR THE DEAD
    • CHAPTER XLVI
    • CANNIBALISM
    • CHAPTER XLVII
    • THE BELIEF IN SUPERNATURAL BEINGS
    • CHAPTER XLVIII
    • DUTIES TO GODS
    • CHAPTER XLIX
    • DUTIES TO GODS (concluded)
    • CHAPTER L
    • GODS AS GUARDIANS OF MORALITY
    • CHAPTER LI
    • GODS AS GUARDIANS OF MORALITY (continued)
    • CHAPTER LII
    • GODS AS GUARDIANS OF MORALITY (concluded)
    • CHAPTER LIII
    • CONCLUSION
    • ADDITIONAL NOTES TO VOL. II
    • AUTHORITIES QUOTED1
    • SUBJECT INDEX
    • THE END
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  • The Origin and Development
  • Moral Ideas
    • SOME PRESS OPINIONS ON VOL. I.
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