Fundamentals of Ethics


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Are we entitled to be confident that our moral judgements can be objective? Can they express insights into aspects of reality, rather than mere feelings, tastes, desires, decisions, upbringing, or conventions? Why must we consider some of our choices to be free, and how do our free choices matter? How far should our moral judgements be based on assessments of expected consequences? Can utilitarianism, and other consequentialist or proportionalist theories, be anything more than the rationalization of positions taken on ...

Fundamentals of Ethics 1983, Georgetown University Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9780878404087

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Fundamentals of Ethics 1983, Georgetown University Press

ISBN-13: 9780878404049