1. Metaethical Background.
2. The Meaning of `Ought' - a Formal Scheme.
3. Individual Good as Happiness.
4. Objections to Good as Happiness.
5. Beneficence and Fairness.
6. Beneficence and Fairness Combined - the Primary Objective of Morality.
7. Agent-relative Restrictions.
8. Oughts, Obligations and the Best.
9. Solving Moral Problems.
Notes. References. Index.