By Thom Brooks (eds.)
Bringing jointly the major destiny figures in ethics greatly construed with essays starting from metaethics and normative ethics to utilized ethics and political philosophy, themes contain new paintings on experimental philosophy, feminism, and international justice incorporating views trained from old and modern methods alike.
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37 value. What differentiates crimes in this respect is not their immorality (or “moral depravity”), but the importance of the legal right violated by a crime. 23 This is summarized well by Green: a violation of a right, requires a punishment, of which the kind and amount must depend on the relative importance of the right and of the extent to which its general exercise is threatened. Thus every theory of rights in detail must be followed by, or indeed implies, a corresponding theory of punishment in detail.
For example, suppose I walk into the Husky Boy diner, fully attired as the Newport Beach theory requires. What now? In answering this question, nothing prevents the Newport Beach theory from specifying other 22 Leonard Kahn contributory reasons which I have. Perhaps I have reason not to brush the sand off my board shorts onto the ground. ” All of these contributory reasons are consistent with there being a single intrinsically decisive reason not to walk into the Husky Boy shoeless and shirtless.
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New Waves in Ethics by Thom Brooks (eds.)