Human Interests: Or Ethics for Physicalists


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Human Interests develops an ethical theory in the consequentialist tradition, but incorporating contractarian and deontological elements. Joseph Mendola argues that this theory is required by physical reality and the correct metaethics. Innovative features include a focus on group acts and on indeterminacies of morally relevant fact. It has three parts. Part I is an account of our alternatives, of the objects of ethical evaluation. It defends an account of individual alternatives that is rooted in the conditional analysis ...

Human Interests: or Ethics for Physicalists 2014, Oxford University Press, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780199682829