and four lectures by Christine Korsgaard, separate discussions of these lec- Christine M. Korsgaard, The Sources of Normativity (Cambridge: Cambridge. The Sources of Normativity Christine M. Korsgaard, with G. A. Cohen, Raymond Geuss, Thomas Nagel, and Bernard Williams Onora O’Neill, Editor Cambridge. Christine Korsgaard source of obligation, and in particular of our ability to obligate ourselves .. And that is the source of normativity.l3 So the argument shows.
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Desmond, Choice “This is a book anyone working in ethics should have on the desk. Or at least when we invoke them, we make claims on one another; but where does their authority over us – or ours over one od – come from?
For Korsgaard, our universal human nature is what allows us to all act reflectively. Juli in Belgrad geboren, kam aber bereits in die Vereinigten Staaten und wuchs in New York auf: Because our reflection distances us from the emotional and desirable route of action, this means we must act for reasons.
The polemical part of the book is chritine the time, too. Quotes from The Sources of No This text identifies and examines four accounts of the source of normativity that have been advocated by modern moral philosophers–voluntarism, realism, reflective endorsement, and the appeal to autonomy.
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It should be required reading for any philosopher and should be in every library. Korsgaard makes one too many logical leaps, in the traditional callous Kantian sense, of thinking just because someone does reason X, they will and must do X. Not they ought to do X, they must and will. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. One of the challenges with the book, and it does weigh a bit on my review of the book, is that the language is often more obscure and technical than it needs to be, and dwells on a lot of references within the lit Korsgaard is a legend in modern ethics and meta-ethics, and this book is a pretty good illustration of why that is.
History, morality and the test of reflection Bernard Williams; 9.
The Sources of Normativity by Christine M. Korsgaard
What is the Debate About? LG, Drew, DiClaudio, everyone. Tea Logar – – Croatian Journal of Philosophy 5 Search for the Chrristine. One of the challenges with the book, and it does weigh a bit on my review of the book, is that the language is often more obscure and technical than it needs to be, and dwells on a lot of references within the literature that give it the distinctive texture of academic writing.
History of Western Philosophy. Reason, humanity, and iorsgaard moral law G. But let’s start at the beginning and watch the failure unfold.
The Sources of Normativity. In addition to addressing how and why moral ideas can have important practical and psychological effects on us, she also attempts ot justify granting this kind of importance to morality.
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Jan 19, Jeremy rated it it was amazing. Four lectures by a well-known philosopher, published as a book, with critical commentaries by a few notable colleagues, namely, Thomas Nagel, Bernard Williams, GA Cohen, and Raymond Guess.
Universality and the reflective self. Erin rated it it was ok Sep 22, Christine Korsgaard identifies four accounts of the source of normativity that have been advocated by modern moral philosophers: Politis – – International Journal of Philosophical Studies 5 3: Universality and the reflective self Thomas Nagel; 8.
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