Kierkegaard's Ethic of Love
Divine Commands and Moral Obligations
C. Stephen Evans
Table of Contents
1. God and Moral Obligation: Is a Link Possible?
2. The Ethical as a `Stage' of Existence: Either/Or and Radical Choice
3. `The Ethical' in Fear and Trembling
4. The Ethical Task as the Human Task
5. Divine Commands as the Basis for Moral Obligation
6. The Humanistic Character of Commanded Love
7. Divine Commands: How Given and To Whom?
8. Who Is My Neighbour? Can Love Be a Duty?
9. Neighbour Love, Natural Loves, and Social Relations
10. Contemporary Meta-Ethical Alternatives: Evolutionary Naturalism
11. Contemporary Meta-Ethical Alternatives: Humanistic Naturalism
12. Contemporary Meta-Ethical Alternatives: Relativism and Nihilism
13. Conclusions: Divine Command Morality in a Pluralistic Society