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A theory of the good and the right
What would any rational person believe to be worth wanting or working for? Viewed from the standpoint of ethics and empirical psychology, how would such a person define and explain the morally rightExpand
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Morality, utilitarianism, and rights
Sources 1. Introductory comments Part I. Metaethical Preliminaries: 2. Moral philosophy and the analysis of language 3. Rational desires 4. The explanation of moral language 5. Morality and itsExpand
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V.—THE CONCEPTS OF OBLIGATION AND DUTY
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ACTUAL UTILITY , THE OBJECTION FROM IMPRACTICALITY , AND THE MOVE TO EXPECTED UTILITY
Utilitarians are attracted to the idea that an act is morally right iff it leads to the best outcome. But critics have pointed out that in many cases we cannot determine which of our alternatives inExpand
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Utilitarianism and the Rules of War
Terms and Conditions of Use provides, in part, that unless you have obtained prior permission, you may not download an entire issue of a journal or multiple copies of articles, and you may useExpand
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Hopi Ethics. A Theoretical Analysis.
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Experiments in living
One day, you will discover a new adventure and knowledge by spending more money. But when? Do you think that you need to obtain those all requirements when having much money? Why don't you try to getExpand
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The Science of Man and Wide Reflective Equilibrium
The view that morality is a matter of divine commandments, and the view that both correct value judgments and moral principles can be derived from knowledge of the "function" of man are currently inExpand
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