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Leslie Paul Thiele and Marshall Young

could be no reasons – although this does not imply that where reasons come to an end we have reached the bedrock of self-evidence and certainty – far from it in the case of moral judgment. I would suggest that the important role of moral examples lies in

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Moral Conflict

The Private, the Public and the Political

Marios Filis

monistic, and ultimately, a reductionist theory, or the utility principle will be one more moral rule, among others. Monism has always been attractive precisely because it promises possible and unproblematic moral judgments, in a ‘scientific’ manner. The

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Antipoverty Measures

The Potential for Shaming and Dignity Building through Delivery Interactions

Erika Gubrium and Sony Pellissery

, leaving them dependent on local contexts, preferences, and power relations. Social norms or moral judgments concerning who is more or less deserving may heavily influence both types of discretion, resulting in sanctions for noncompliance with prescribed

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Kant’s Contradiction in Conception Test

A Causal-Teleological Version of the Logical Contradiction Interpretation

James Furner

Contradiction, and Logical Contradiction ’, History of Philosophy Quarterly 30 ( 4 ): 349 – 366 . Guyer , P. 2007 . Kant’s Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals . London : Continuum . Herman , B. 1993 . The Practice of Moral Judgment

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Francisco A. Ortega

. Caro’s position in favor of moral scientific laws openly critiques Bentham’s position, for whom the moral value of social acts corresponds to their social utility. The very fact that Bentham could only pass moral judgment after the action had taken

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Crossing Boundaries

The Case of Wanda Wasilewska and Polish Communism

Agnieszka Mrozik

, including personal documents (letters, notes, diaries, memoirs, autobiographies), to portray their protagonists. Significantly, the prevalent attitude is one not devoid of moral judgments, which have as their point of departure the current, critical