Browsing by Subject "Normativity (Ethics)"
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(Automatic Press, 2007)This article comprises the author's answers to five questions on Normative Ethics posed by the editors of the collection.
(Cambridge University Press, 1994-06)Suppose that time is infinitely long towards the future, and that each feasible action produces a finite amount of utility at each time. Then, under appropriate conditions, each action produces an infinite amount of ...
(Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2006)Does one have an obligation to keep one's promises? I answer this question by distinguishing between two broad conceptions of promising. On the normativized conception of promising, a promise is made when an agent validly ...
(Springer Verlag, 1996-01)A response-dependent account of a given attribute, such as redness or wrongness, identifies the attribute with the disposition to produce specified sorts of response in specified sorts of being under specified conditions. ...