Good Advice

@article{Fleming2016GoodA,
  title={Good Advice},
  author={P. Fleming},
  journal={Philosophical Papers},
  year={2016},
  volume={45},
  pages={181 - 207}
}
Abstract Advice is interesting because it is a relationship that is built upon two asymmetries. Advice concerns what the advisee ought to do. For that reason, considerations of autonomy suggest that the advisee has a greater claim on what matters in deliberation. However, the advisor is wiser than the advisee. That suggests that the advisor has a greater insight into what matters in deliberation. These are the asymmetry of autonomy and the asymmetry of wisdom. To account for both, I argue for… Expand

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