Responsibility, Character, and the Emotions: New Essays in Moral Psychology
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BeschreibungAn examination of the responsibility individuals have for their actions and characters.
InhaltsverzeichnisAcknowledgments; 1. Introduction Ferdinand Schoeman; Part I. Responsibility and Character: 2. Identification and wholeheartedness Harry Frankfurt; 3. Sanity and the metaphysics of responsibility Susan Wolf; 4. Unfreedom and responsibility Patricia Greenspan; 5. Responsiveness and moral responsibility John Martin Fischer; 6. Determinism and freedom in Spinoza, Maimonides, and Aristotle: a retrospective study Lenn E. Goodman; 7. Emotions, responsibility, and character John Sabini and Maury Silver; Part II. Responsibility and Culpability: 8. The moral worth of retribution Michael S. Moore; 9. Nonmoral guilt Herbert Morris; 10. Provocation and culpability Andrew Von Hirsch and Nils Jareborg; 11. Responsibility and the limits of evil: variations on a Strawsonian theme Gary Watson; 12. Statistical norms and moral attributions Ferdinand Schoeman; 13. Guilt, punishment and, desert Richard Burgh; 14. Intention, foreseeability, and responsibility Gerald Dworkin; Index of names.
Pressestimmen"...an invaluable, possibly ground-breaking, collection of hitherto unpublished essays by authors (philosophers, lawyers, and psychologists), many of whom are well known for their work in the area. The essays are all highly orginal or suggestive, and the introduction contains a brief summary of each." Ethics, July 1989 "...Schoeman has put together a collection of essays, which contains an index of names, that will repay careful study because important new issues are raised and important old issues are raised in a new light. This collection is very highly recommended. It should occasion much fruitful philosophical discussion." Laurence Thomas, Ethics, July 1989
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 1988
Seitenanzahl: 372 Seiten