10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WRONGNESS»
Discover the use of wrongness
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to wrongness
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
, Wisdom, and Wilderness: Toward a Libertarian ...
This surprising work may well change our ideas about what libertarianism is and what it can be.
Recent Work on Intrinsic Value
others reasons to be indignant or resentful towards us, these facts do seem to
give us further reasons not to act in this way'.1 If Parfit is right, the picture of the
relation between ground, wrongness and reasons is like this: While if the
Toni Rønnow-Rasmussen, Michael J. Zimmerman, 2005
The Virtue of Faith and Other Essays in Philosophical Theology
7. A. Modified. Divine. Command. Theory. of. Ethical. Wrongness. It is widely held
that all those theories are indefensible which attempt to explain in terms of the
will or commands of God what it is for an act to be ethically right or wrong.
Robert Merrihew Adams Professor of Philosophy Yale University, 1987
Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error
In Being Wrong, journalist Kathryn Schulz explores why we find it so gratifying to be right and so maddening to be mistaken.
Ethical and Religious Thought in Analytic Philosophy of Language
He applies the essentialist linguistic method to ethical terms, specifically, to the
word "wrongness," to arrive at a divine command ethics. He wants to argue that it
is an a posteriori and metaphysically necessary truth that wrongness is ...
What Is Good and Why: The Ethics of Well-Being
There is another factor at play: the moral wrongness of such an institution. That,
he thinks, is not merely one consideration among others; rather, it has a special
kind of weight. It makes irrelevant the good that comes to the person who “enjoys
Yes, But How Do You Know?: Introducing Philosophy Through ...
Might it also mean that there is no such thing as moral wrongness? Perhaps, but
not necessarily; there are other possibilities. Maybe all that would follow is that
there is no way to understand or analyse such wrongness: you could not ...
Stephen Hetherington, 2009
The Unbearable Wrongness
of Being: Exploring and Getting ...
The Unbearable Wrongness of Being is an exploration of the Option Method perspective through the device of literary vignettes taken from classic literature and altered to create an Option dialogue in each story.
Intricate Ethics : Rights, Responsibilities, and Permissible ...
Suppose that the wrongness of the act that wrongs someone need not essentially
make reference to ''inability to justify to'' or to ''rejectability by,'' even if wronging
should make reference to these things. Then the wrongness of acts that are ...
F. M. Kamm Professor of Philosophy Harvard University, 2006
Oxford Studies in Metaethics
Notoriously, some of the prime accounts of moral wrongness leave it mysterious
how we could know about it. Wrongness, we are told, is a property that some acts
have, but not the kind of property that we can investigate by ordinary scientific ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «WRONGNESS»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term wrongness
is used in the context of the following news items.
Voices of Faith: Why does God let evil acts happen?
The tragic death of the nine members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., is another example of wrongness, of a free will ... «Chattanooga Times Free Press, Jun 15»
Heavily-armed Islamophobes protest outside Arizona mosque
“We should remind ourselves that we do not match wrongness with wrongness, but with grace and mercy and goodness,” Usama Shami told worshippers during ... «The National, May 15»
Combating the Inflation Cult
Point out the wrongness in ways designed to grab readers' attentions - with ridicule where appropriate, with snark and with names attached. This will get you ... «Truth-Out, Mar 15»
Grace Dent on TV: Mary Portas: Secret Shopper delves into a grim …
Mary's excursion this week, to Hallmark Foods near Slough, delivered a grim cornucopia of retail wrongness. That antique, four-day-old prawn cocktail will clutter ... «The Independent, Feb 15»
Consciousness and death's badness
1. Many think that the wrongness of killing has at least partly to do with the harm and/or badness of death. I assume that is right. 2. Many think that the harm ... «Practical Ethics, Feb 15»
The Presumption of Wrongness
I never quite understood how sitting on a box with my hands folded on my lap would make things dirty so I concluded that my wrongness and blackness were the ... «Huffington Post, Dec 14»
The Wrongness of Do Not Resuscitate Orders Being Ignored
Following a surprise inspection of Colchester General Hospital by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on Friday 14th November, it was reported that inspectors ... «Practical Ethics, Nov 14»
A Proposed Floating Cycleway on the Thames Is Hilarious—and …
It's a whole club sandwich of wrongness, made up of many delectable layers of stupid. For a start, there's that cost. For that kind of money, London could create a ... «CityLab, Oct 14»
Peter MacKay: He's the Minister of Wrong Again
Mr. MacKay's tweet is a study in wrongness. He was wrong in his accusation, wrong to include video evidence of that wrongness and wrong to do it on Twitter ... «The Globe and Mail, Jun 14»
The Wrongness of Torchwood & Recolourising Doctor Who
Kasterborous Doctor Who podKast The podKast is back this week with a spinoff of our hugely popular on-site discussion – thanks to Andy Frankham-Allen ... «Doctor Who UK Webzine, Jun 14»