Keeping Balance : On Desert and Propriety.Series: Practical Philosophy SerPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2013Copyright date: ©2007Description: 1 online resource (202 pages)Content type:
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- BJ1500.M47.A23 2007
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Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part 1: Desert -- I. Feinberg's analysis -- II. Rawls's ostensible challenge -- III. Propriety: a preliminary account -- Part 2: Propriety -- I. Roderick Milton Chisholm -- II. Samuel Clarke -- III. Richard Price -- IV. William Wollaston -- V. Immanuel Kant -- VI. Propriety and desert -- Part 3: Applications -- I. Saving retributivism -- II. Explaining moral residue -- Bibliography -- Index of Names -- Index of subjects.
The aim of the series is to publish high-quality studies in English or German that deal with topics in practical philosophy from a broadly analytic perspective. These include questions in meta-ethics, normative ethics and ‛applied' ethics, as well as in political philosophy, philosophy of law and the philosophy of action.
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