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Supervenience and normativity

Author: Bartosz Brożek; Antonino Rotolo; Jerzy Stelmach
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, ©2017.
Series: Law and philosophy library, v. 120.
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The present collection represents an attempt to bring together several contributions to the ongoing debate pertaining to supervenience of the normative in law and morals and strives to be the first work that addresses the topic comprehensively. It addresses the controversies surrounding the idea of normative supervenience and the philosophical conceptions they generated, deserve a recapitulation, as well as a new  Read more...
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Supervenience and normativity.
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, ©2017
(OCoLC)988290073
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bartosz Brożek; Antonino Rotolo; Jerzy Stelmach
ISBN: 9783319610467 3319610465
OCLC Number: 1003255041
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Preface; Contents; Logics for Normative Supervenience; 1 Introduction: Assumption I --
A Plurality of Logics for Normative Supervenience; 2 Introduction: Assumption II --
Supervenience of the Normative vs Normative Supervenience; 3 Layout of this Essay; 4 The Counts-As Relation; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Is the Counts-As Relation a Type of NS?; 4.3 A Formal Analysis of the Counts-As Relation; 4.3.1 Counts-As Link as NS: A Generative (Dynamic) Relation; 4.3.2 Counts-As Link as a Classificatory Relation; 4.3.3 Semantics for ; 4.3.4 Discussion; 4.3.5 Conclusions. 5 Meta-theory for NS: Which Modal Logic?5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Quantified Non-normal Modal Logics for the Ought; 5.3 Discussion About NS; 6 Summary; References; Propositional and Doxastic Justification: Their Relationship and a Questionable Supervenience Claim; 1 Introduction; 2 Turri's Criticism of the Orthodox View; 3 Why Turri's Cases Fail to Refute the Orthodox View; 4 Five Ways of Construing Propositional Justification; 5 Doxastically Independent Propositional Justification?; 6 The Point of the Notion of Propositional Justification; References. Moral Properties: Some Epistemological, Ontological, and Normative Dimensions1 Moral Properties and Their Normativity; 2 The Non-moral Grounds of the Moral: Supervenience and Consequentiality; 3 The Epistemology of Moral Properties; 3.1 The Argument from Moral Education; 3.2 The Argument from Moral Sensibility; 3.3 The Aretaic Argument; 3.4 The Argument from Partial Analysis; 3.5 The Argument from Norms of Discourse; 3.6 The Testability Argument; 4 The Problem of Normative Defeasibility; 5 Are Moral Properties Natural (or Naturalizable)?; References; Reasons and Supervenience; 1 Introduction. 2 Normative Force vs Normative Content3 Conceptual vs Metaphysical Supervenience; 4 Do Normative Reasons Supervene on the Non-normative?; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; The Dubious Moral Supervenience Thesis; 1 Introduction; 2 The Grounding Concern; 3 Horrendous Deeds; 4 Normative Authority; 5 An Evidential Case Against the Local (Non-trivial) Moral Supervenience Thesis; 6 Conclusion; References; The Supervenience Dilemma Explained Away; 1 Reduction or Queerness?; 2 The Nature of the Issue at Stake; 3 Enoch's Strategy of Damage Containment; 4 A Second Dilemma: Queerness or Redundancy. 5 The Worry About Redundancy6 A Constructivist Appeal to Moral Legislation; 7 Autonomy and Co-Legislation; 8 A Moralized View of Reasoning?; 9 Queerness, Again?; 10 The Barrier Against Arbitrariness; 11 Constructivism as Practical Cognitivism; 12 Concluding Remarks; References; Law, Normativity, and Supervenience; 1 Introduction; 2 Separation; 3 Reduction; 4 Between Scylla and Charybdis; 5 Do Legal Rules Supervene?; References; The Metaphysics of Law: From Supervenience to Rational Justification; 1 Conspectus; 2 Background Remarks; 3 Metaphysical Determination as Supervenience.
Series Title: Law and philosophy library, v. 120.
Responsibility: Bartosz Brozek, Antonino Rotolo, Jerzy Stelmach, editors.

Abstract:

The present collection represents an attempt to bring together several contributions to the ongoing debate pertaining to supervenience of the normative in law and morals and strives to be the first work that addresses the topic comprehensively. It addresses the controversies surrounding the idea of normative supervenience and the philosophical conceptions they generated, deserve a recapitulation, as well as a new impulse for further development. Recently, there has been renewed interest in the concepts of normativity and supervenience. The research on normativity - a term introduced to the philosophical jargon by Edmund Husserl almost one hundred years ago - gained impetus in the 1990s through the works of such philosophers as Robert Audi, Christine Korsgaard, Robert Brandom, Paul Boghossian or Joseph Raz. The problem of the nature and sources of normativity has been investigated not only in morals and in relation to language, but also in other domains, e.g. in law or in the c ontext of the theories of rationality. Supervenience, understood as a special kind of relation between properties and weaker than entailment, has become analytic philosophers' favorite formal tool since 1980s. It features in the theories pertaining to mental properties, but also in aesthetics or the law. In recent years, the 'marriage' of normativity and supervenience has become an object of many philosophical theories as well as heated debates. It seems that the conceptual apparatus of the supervenience theory makes it possible to state precisely some claims pertaining to normativity, as well as illuminate the problems surrounding it.

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