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Morgenrood : Gedachten over de morele vooroordelen
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ISBN: 9789029566926 9029566922 Year: 2009 Publisher: Amsterdam Arbeiderspers

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Verhandeling van de Duitse filosoof (1844-1900) over de vaak discutabele herkomst van de menselijke ethiek.


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Aphorismes sur la sagesse dans la vie
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ISBN: 2130380042 Year: 1983 Volume: 45 Publisher: Paris

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Getting what you want? A critique of liberal morality
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ISBN: 0415129524 Year: 1998 Publisher: London Routledge

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Penser la pornographie
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ISBN: 9782130568810 Year: 2008 Publisher: Paris PUF

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Cet ouvrage montre que de nombreux arguments mis en avant par ceux qui voudraient justifier l'interdiction de la pornographie sont infondés ou qu'ils ne peuvent servir à justifier des décisions dans une démocratie laïque. Cet essai ne plaide pas, pour autant, pour une défense de la pornographie, mais se livre, au nom d'une "éthique minimale", à une critique des arguments les plus souvent utilisés dans les débats. Des documents complètent cette analyse (habituel dans cette collection).

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The apologetics of evil: the case Iago
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ISBN: 9780691137339 Year: 2009 Publisher: Princeton, N.J. Princeton University Press

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Funk-Kolleg praktische Philosophie/Ethik: Dialoge
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ISBN: 3596268567 3596268575 Year: 1984 Publisher: Frankfurt am Main Fischer

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Individualité et valeur dans la philosophie morale anglaise
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ISBN: 9782130559139 Year: 2006 Publisher: Paris Presses universitaires de France

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Chirurg en ethiek: mensbeelden en dilemma's onder het mes
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ISBN: 9789055738946 Year: 2008 Publisher: Budel Damon

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Explaining the normative.
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ISBN: 9780745642567 9780745642550 Year: 2010 Publisher: Cambridge Polity press

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Normativity is what gives reasons their force, makes words meaningful, and makes rules and laws binding. It is present whenever we use such terms as ‘correct,' ‘ought,' ‘must,' and the language of obligation, responsibility, and logical compulsion. Yet normativists, the philosophers committed to this idea, admit that the idea of a non-causal normative realm and a body of normative objects is spooky. Explaining the Normative is the first systematic, historically grounded critique of normativism. It identifies the standard normativist pattern of argument, and shows how this pattern depends on circularities, assumptions about the unique correctness of preferred descriptions, problematic transcendental arguments, and regress arguments that end in mysteries. The book considers in detail a paradigm case: legal normativity as constructed by Hans Kelsen. This case exemplifies the problems with normativist arguments. But it also shows how normativism was constructed as an alternative to ordinary social science explanation. The normativist argument is that social science explanations themselves are forced to rely on normative conceptsÑminimally, on normative rationality and on a normative view of ‘concepts' themselves. Empathic understanding of the reasoning and meanings of others, however, can solve the regress problems about meaning and rationality that are central to the appeal of normativism. This account has no need for a parallel normative world, and has a surprising and revealing lineage in the history of philosophy, as well as a basis in neuroscience.

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