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Author: DEREK PARFIT
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017.
Series: ON WHAT MATTERS., 3
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: DEREK PARFIT
ISBN: 0198778600 9780198778608
OCLC Number: 989688402
Description: xiv, 468 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. SEVEN IRREDUCIBLY NORMATIVE TRUTHS --
37. How Things Might Matter --
128. Oaring and Having Reasons to Care --
129. Philosophical Disagreements --
38. Non-Realist Cognitivism --
130. Meta-Ethics --
131. Ontology --
39. Normative And Natural Truths --
132. Concepts and Properties --
133. The Co-Extensiveness Argument --
134. The Normativity Objection --
135. Scientific Analogies --
136. The Triviality Objection --
40. Gibbard's Offer To Non-Naturalists --
137. The Single Property Illusion --
138. Naturalistic States of Affairs and Normative Truths --
41. Railton's Defence Of Soft Naturalism --
139. The Identity of Properties --
140. Railton's First Response to the Triviality Objection --
42. Railton's Resolution Of Our Disagreements --
141. Railton's Wider View --
142. What is Achieved by Railton's Wider View --
143. Railton's Commentary --
43. Jackson's Non-Empirical Normative Truths --
144. Jackson's Co-Extensiveness Argument Note continued: 145. Jackson's Metaphysical Assumptions --
44. Schroeder's Conservative Reductive Thesis --
146. Schroeder's Criticisms of the Triviality Objection --
147. How Schroeder and I Could Resolve our Disagreements --
148. How I Misled Russell --
pt. EIGHT EXPRESSIVIST TRUTHS --
45. Quasi-Realist Expressivism --
149. Desires, Attitudes, and Beliefs --
150. Earning the Right to Talk of Moral Truth --
46. Gibbard's Resolution Of Our Disagreements --
151. Gibbard's Convergence Claim --
152. Does it Matter Whether Things Matter? --
153. Getting It Right --
154. Gibbard's Metaphysical Doubts --
47. Another Triple Theory --
155. Gibbard's Commentary --
156.A Happy Ending --
pt. NINE NORMATIVE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL REASONS --
48. Expressivist Reasons --
157. Blackburn's Bafflement --
158. Blackburn's Beliefs about Reasons --
49. Subjectivist Reasons --
159. Smith's Defence of Subjectivism --
160. Street's Defence of Subjectivism --
50. Street's Meta-Ethical Constructivism Note continued: 161. Street's Debunking Arguments --
162. Street's Relativism --
163. The Normative Implications of Streets View --
164. Chappell's Claims about Street --
51. Morality, Blame, And Internal Reasons --
165. Darwall's Claims about Internal Reasons --
166. Darwall's Defence of Moral Internalism --
52. Nietzsche's Mountain --
167. Nietzsche and the Convergence Claim --
pt. TEN ETHICS --
53. What Matters And Universal Reasons --
168. The Any-All Thesis --
169. Universalism about What Matters --
54. Conflicting Reasons --
170. Sidgwick's Problem --
171. Moral and Self-interested Reasons --
172. Other Problems --
55. The Right And The Good --
173. Moral Ambivalence --
174. The Badness of Wrongdoing --
175. Moral and Impartial Reasons --
176. Wrongness and Reasons --
56. Deontological Principles --
177. The Means Principle --
178. Harming and Saving from Harm --
57. Act Consequentialism And Common Sense Morality --
179. Good and Bad Ways of Treating People Note continued: 180. Deontic and Non-Deontic Badness --
181. Personal and Shared Duties --
58. Towards A Unified Theory --
182. Act Consequentialism --
183. Rule and Motive Consequentialism --
184. Optimific Motives and Rules --
185. Small Effects and Great Harms --
186. Inconclusive Conclusions.
Series Title: ON WHAT MATTERS., 3

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