5 edition of A modern theory of ethics found in the catalog.
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But I believe that this area of thought and study needs to be expanded upon. Grotius, Hugo, 1949, The Law of War and Peace, Louise R. EN IX, 4, 1166a10—20 The good man acts for the sake of the noble. After all, some of even the most obviously morally wrong actions can be seen to promise some good — a robber might kill in order to get the money he needs to pursue genuine goods — and the natural law theorist wants to be able to say why these obviously morally wrong actions are morally wrong.
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This is a difficult and often very complex process. Why people disagree with moral relativism:• Although apparently daunting at first, most can be classified into a few broad categories. Epicurus shares the view with the Cyrenaics that all living beings strive for pleasure and try to avoid pain.
Furthermore, one should abstain from bad things and seek apathy and tranquillity, which are important features the Stoics adopted from the Cynics as well. Recently Jensen 2015 has offered a thorough defense of a derivationist account that aims to take such worries into account. Men, women, children, animals, environment. No rationalizing explanation in terms of anything like a social contract is needed to explain why we choose to live together, subjugating our egoistic desires in order to secure the advantages of co-operation.
Her view is supported by some important works of Hudson 1990Audi 1995and Baron 1995. A World without Values: Essays on John Mackie's Moral Error Theory Springer 2010• But after these things have been made clear, each person must make their own individual decision as to what to do, and then react appropriately to the consequences.
Adams, Robert Merrihew, 1999, Finite and Infinite Goods, New York: Oxford University Press.
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The Cynics and the Cyrenaics — The Extremes The founder of the school of the Cynics, Antisthenes of Athens, taught that virtue in terms of practical wisdom is a good and also sufficient for eudaimonia, that is, happiness.
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