The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas

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Good Press, 2 .. 2019 - 1943 ˹
The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas is a book by а philosopher Edvard Westermarck. It is one of his main works and a monumental classics study in its field. At the beginning of this book, Westermarck asks why different cultures have different moral views. To answer this question, he decided to acquire first-hand knowledge of the folklore of a non-European people. Thus, he spent four years in Morocco collecting anthropological data, familiarizing himself with the native way of thinking, and understanding local customs. In the result he concluded, he concluded that there is a close connection between moral opinions and religious beliefs.
 

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THE EMOTIONAL ORIGIN OF MORAL JUDGMENTS
MOTIVES
THE KILLING OF PARENTS SICK PERSONS CHILDRENFETICIDE
THE SUBJECTION OF WIVES
CHAPTER XV
THE ORIGIN OF THE MORAL EMOTIONS
CHAPTER VI
CUSTOMS AND LAWS AS EXPRESSIONS OF MORAL IDEAS
HOMICIDE IN GENERAL concluded
THE KILLING OF PARENTS SICK PERSONS CHILDRENFETICIDE
CHAPTER XVIII
HUMAN SACRIFICE
BLOODREVENGE AND COMPENSATIONTHE PUNISHMENT OF DEATH
CHAPTER XXI
BODILY INJURIES
CHARITY AND GENEROSITY

THE GENERAL NATURE OF THE SUBJECTS OF ENLIGHTENED MORAL JUDGMENTS
THE WILL AS THE SUBJECT OF MORAL JUDGMENT AND THE INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL
AGENTS UNDER INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
MOTIVES
FORBEARANCES AND CARELESSNESSCHARACTER
PRELIMINARY REMARKSHOMICIDE IN GENERAL
HOMICIDE IN GENERAL continued
HOSPITALITY
THE SUBJECTION OF CHILDREN
THE SUBJECTION OF WIVES
SLAVERY
THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MORAL IDEAS
CHAPTER XXIX

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