Bernard Gert

Bernard Gert Bernard Gert (; October 16, 1934 – December 24, 2011) was a moral philosopher known primarily for his work in normative ethics, as well as in medical ethics, especially pertaining to psychology.

His work has been called "among the clearest and most comprehensive on the contemporary scene", "far more detailed and more concretely worked out" and "systematic" than competing comprehensive ethical theories. Because it avoids pitfalls associated with other dominant ethical theoretical approaches (such as deontology, utilitarianism, contractarianism, and virtue ethics), Gert's moral theory "provides what many people are looking for". Provided by Wikipedia

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by Gert, Bernard
Published 2005
Oxford University Press

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by Gert, Bernard
Published 2006
Oxford University Press

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by Gert, Bernard
Published 2004
Oxford University Press