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The normative and the evaluative : the buck-passing account of value

Author: Richard Rowland
Publisher: Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.
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Richard Rowland provides the first comprehensive motivation and defence of the buck-passing account of value: understanding the evaluative in terms of the normative. He argues that his account explains several important features of the relationship between reasons and value, as well as the relationship between the different varieties of value.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Rowland
ISBN: 9780191872044 0191872040 9780192570222 0192570226
OCLC Number: 1078428394
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Contents: Cover; The Normative and the Evaluative: The Buck-Passing Account of Value; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; 1: Introduction; 1.1. Normative reasons for pro-attitudes; 1.2. The buck-passing account of value; 1.3. Motivations for the buck-passing account; 1.4. Overview of the book; 1.5. Clarifying the buck-passing account; 1.5.1. Distinctions in value; 1.5.2. BPA: metaphysical or conceptual?; PART I: Motivation; 2: The Value-First Account and First-Order Neutrality; 2.1. The requirement of neutrality; 2.2. Value-of-the-object-first and deontology; 2.2.1. A certain kind of deontology 2.2.2. Normative/moral linking principles2.2.3. Value-of-the-Object-First is inconsistent with Deontology; 2.3. Other value-first accounts and first-order neutrality; 2.3.1. Value-of-the-Attitude-First; 2.3.2. Agent-Relative-Value-First; 2.3.3. Value-or-Morality First; 3: The Value-First Account and the Unity of the Normative; 3.1. The case for the unity of the normative; 3.2. The value-first account and the unity of the normative; 3.3. Against the value-first account of reasons for belief; 3.3.1. Value-Based views in normative epistemology 3.3.2. The value of believing in line with one's evidence3.3.3. Instrumentalism about epistemic reasons; 3.4. Objections to the unity of the normative; 4: The Buck-Passing Account and The No-Priority View; 4.1. Explaining the correlation between reasons and value; 4.2. Explaining the fact that value never provides non-derivative reasons; 4.3. Grounding reasons in value; 4.4. Qualitative parsimony; 4.5. Explaining similarities between theoretical debates about reasons and about value; 4.6. The case against the no-priority view; 5: Reasons as The Unity among the Varieties of Goodness 5.1. The need for an explanation of the unity among the varieties of goodness5.2. A buck-passing account of good for; 5.3. Objections to the buck-passing account of good for; 5.4. A buck-passing account of goodness of a kind; 5.5. Objections to the buck-passing account of goodness of a kind; 5.6. The case for the buck-passing account of value; PART II: Defence; 6: Too Much Value?; 6.1. The wrong kind of reason problem; 6.2. Having a pro-attitude towards x for x's own sake; 6.3. The demon's threat and normative and motivating reasons; 6.4. The generality of reasons to desire and admire 6.5. Explaining the error6.6. If the wrong kind of reason problem cannot be dissolved, it can be solved; 7: Too Little Value?; 7.1. The trans-world reasons response; 7.2. Reisner on the trans-world reasons response; 7.3. The counterfactual response; 7.4. Reisner on the counterfactual response; 7.4.1. Against the conditionality of reasons; 7.4.2. Reasons and guidingness; 7.5. Bykvist's too much variation in value objection; 8: Not Sufficiently Neutral?; 8.1. Deontology and the consequentialist/deontological distinction; 8.2. Consequentialism about reasons for pro-attitudes
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