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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PRUDENTIALIST» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRUDENTIALIST»
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Law and Truth
Naturally, there is litde agreement over what those values are or should be, but
all forms of the prudentialist argument invite a well- known criticism: the problem
of the infinite regress of justification. By answering the skeptic's question "What ...
Dennis Patterson, 1999
Hutcheson: Two Texts on Human Nature
Initially there is a view of motivation which can be called prudentialist egoism: it is
assumed that only considerations of self-interest can move a person to action. It
is then argued that it is in the self-interest of every person to be moral.
Francis Hutcheson, Thomas Mautner, 1993
The Greenhouse: A Welfare Assessment and Some Morals
Hence objective knowledge about such facts is required to establish hedonist
desirabilities. Hedonism here will be defended by the prudentialist desirability
theory (cf. below). This theory only roughly leads to (pure) hedonism as just
Christoph Lumer, 2002
the groundwork of social reconstruction
Customer. What have you got to sell? Prudentialist. Here is my stock. I am not like
the man over the way. I let you have goods for your money. Customer. But do you
give money's worth? Prudentialist. That depends very much upon the kind of ...
Taking the Constitution Away from the Courts
As we saw in chapter 1, Chief Justice Burger's opinion in the legislative veto case
rejected a prudentialist argument: “The choices we discern as having been made
in the Constitutional Convention impose burdens on governmental processes ...
Mark Tushnet, 2000
Social Justice: From Hume to Walzer
A more serious objection is raised by 'prudentialist' realists. They accept that a
concern for justice is often expressed in good faith, but worry that, if pursued too
enthusiastically, the consequences of this concern could be large-scale ...
David Boucher, Paul Joseph Kelly, 1998
A First Amendment Profile of the Supreme Court
According to Bobbitt, “A prudentialist is likely to deride a doctrinal approach as
being as na'1've as the textual approach is disingenuous.”29 Justice Kennedy is
an exception to this brand of prudentialism because his commitment to an ethical
Craig Smith, 2011
Studien zum Werk Daniel Caspers von Lohenstein: anlässlich ...
reject a foreshortened portrait of Lohenstein as a prudentialist who is presumed
to mean Providence in a somewhat reflexive, orthodox Lutheran manner, tinged
by late Renaissance Catholic thought, whenever he says Fate, I also deem ...
Gerald Ernest Paul Gillespie, Gerhard Spellerberg, 1983
Moral Theory: An Introduction
So, since the theory concerns maximizing one's happiness over the course of
one's life, let us say that the theory is prudentialist. If one is interested in one's
own happiness over the course of one's life, it would be short-sighted to go
Mark Timmons, 2012
Socratic Moral Psychology
unpunished, serve to put the lie to the ethical prudentialist's identification of ethics
with self-interest. The bank robber carefully considers the security systems of the
bank he plans to rob. With clever planning and a certain degree of daring, ...
Thomas C. Brickhouse, Nicholas D. Smith, 2010
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PRUDENTIALIST»
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Beleaguered And Battered Kashmir
Maqbool Butt − the political genius with a scintillating brain and passionate heart; the apostle of exuberant patriotic enthusiasm; the visionary prudentialist – felt ... «Kashmir Watch, Mar 15»
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