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On Bryan Caplan’s ethical intuitionism
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Challenging Pseudo-Skepticism, Institutional Propaganda and Cultivated Ignorance
Download all figures. Sign in. You could not be signed in. Stratton-Lake provides a concise account of the historical development of rational intuitionism. For an overview that focuses on the views of historically more remote ethical intuitionists—both empiricist and rationalist—see Hudson Bedke, M. DOI: A very helpful overview of developments in the late 20th and early 21st centuries in the contemporary literature that focuses on self-evidence, seemings accounts, and challenges to ethical intuitionism from empirical psychology. Also includes some original critical work against contemporary self-evidence accounts.http://bakuaz.info/acheter-zithromax-250mg-dose.php
Ethical intuitionism and the linguistic analogy
Hudson, W. Ethical Intuitionism. London: Macmillan, Overview of some of the more historically remote ethical intuitionist accounts.
Discussions of both rationalist intuitionism e. Clarke and moral sense intuitionism e. Interesting but inessential for understanding contemporary debates. Irwin, T. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Excellent overview of the philosophical positions of the major figures in the history of ethics.
Visions Of A Freer Future
Contains sections on S. Clarke and Thomas Reid.
Includes sections on Henry Sidgwick, G. Moore, and W. Kirchin, S. Stratton-Lake, P. Edited by P.
BBC - Ethics - Introduction to ethics: Intuitionism
Stratton-Lake, 1— A good introduction to many of the main concepts associated with ethical intuitionism, including self-evidence and non-naturalism. Notable for its focus on reevaluating the prospects for ethical intuitionism in light of developments in epistemology and ethics. A particularly useful starting point for those new to the subject. Edited by R. Clear and concise introduction that traces the historical development of rational intuitionism.
Contains valuable discussion of objectivity, the nature of moral concepts, and self-evidence. Zimmerman, A. Moral Epistemology.
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