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A new, objective, pro-objectivity normative theory : an objective basis for morality, society, politics, law, education, etc., and for liberty and peace

Author: Frederick Farrand
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©2011.
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This book tries to solve fundamental normative moral, social, political, educational, legal, etc. problems. It defends a uniquely evidence-based, objective theory. Part I mainly explains and defends the theory's foundation and general guidelines. Part II discusses specific practical applications at length.
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Farrand, Frederick.
New, objective, pro-objectivity normative theory.
Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©2011
(OCoLC)650219839
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Farrand
ISBN: 9780761852872 0761852875 1283616017 9781283616010
OCLC Number: 824698082
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 202 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Conventions; Introduction; Part I: Mostly Theory; Part I: Section 1: Arguing for an Objective Theory: Pro-Objectivity; Part I: Section 1.1: Coherence: More on Evidence for the Theory; Part I: Section 1.2: Some Further Arguments (Evidence) Regarding an Objective Normative End; Part I: Section 1.3: What, Normatively, does 'Be Pro-Objectivity' More Specifically Involve? Some Applicability Issues; Part I: Section 1.4: Important Conclusions so far: More Evidence. Part I: Section 2: More Preliminary Discussion of Practical ApplicationsPart I: Section 3: Structural form: A-Objectivity: More on Pro-Objectivity; Part I: Section 3.1: Concluding Remarks Here; Part I: Section 3.2: Pro-Objectivity's Structural form, Diagrammatically; Concluding Remarks Regarding Part I; Part II: Mostly Practical Applications; Part II's Preliminary Remarks; Part II: Section 1 --
Further Issues and Applications; Part II: Section 1.1: Pro-Objectivity Needs a Certain Type of Society and Sociable Individuals. Part II: Section 1.2: One Fundamental, General Duty/Right: Thence-Derived Specific Duties and Rights: Related Virtues and FlourishingPart II: Section 1.3: Concerning Knowledge, Free Speech and Associated Issues; Part II: Section 1.4: Emotions and Pro-Objectivity; Part II: Section 1.5: More on Pro-Objectivity Society, Regarding A-Objectivity; Part II: Section 1.6: Pro-Objectivity Society-More on its Individuals, their Judgement and Psychology: Related Democracies and Freedoms. Part II: Section 1.7: Revision of Some Basic Points in Part II so far, Involving Part I's Big-Picture Structurally: Some Further Implications Of that StructurePart II: Section 1.8: More on Unselfish, Caring, Non-Conflicting Pro-Objectivity Individuals, their Society, its Economy, Inclusivity and Egalitarianism: Some Hard Cases for them; Part II: Section 2 --
Other further Issues and Applications; Part II: Section 2.1: More Regarding Motivation/Emotion, and Feelings; Part II: Section 2.2: More on Virtues, including Regarding Animals. Part II: Section 2.3: More on Flourishing, Including via EducationPart II: Section 2.4: More on Sexual and Related Matters; Part II: Section 2.5: Revisiting Some Political and Legal Issues; Concluding Remarks; Appendix A: Problems and Strategies Regarding Knowledge; Appendix B: More on the Applicability of 'Be Pro-Objectivity'; Appendix 1: More Concerning Coherence; Appendix 2: Some Other Arguments for the Theory: Unavoidable Circularity; Appendix 3: The 'Necessary Presupposition/Foundation' Argument; Appendix 4: Only one Overall Coherent Mental System is Possible.
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This book tries to solve fundamental normative moral, social, political, educational, legal, etc. problems. It defends a uniquely evidence-based, objective theory. Part I mainly explains and defends the theory's foundation and general guidelines. Part II discusses specific practical applications at length.

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