- Title Pages
- 1 God and Moral Obligation: Is a Link Possible?
- 2 The Ethical as a ‘Stage’ of Existence: <i>Either/Or</i> and Radical Choice
- 3 ‘The Ethical’ in <i>Fear and Trembling</i>
- 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
- Kierkegaard's Ethic of Love
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