Philosophy

Philosophy

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  • Ross, Don (Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy (HSISP), 2018)
    The hypothesis that humans are superior to non-humans by virtue of higher cognitive powers is often supported by two recurrent fallacies: (1) that any competence shown by humans but not by our closest living relatives ...
  • Hofmeyr, Andre; Ross, Don (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019-05-30)
    We consider motivations for acknowledging that people participate in multiple levels of economic agency. One of these levels is characterized in terms of subjective utility to the individual; another, frequently observed, ...
  • Ross, Don (Cambridge University Press, 2018-01)
    Stanford casts original light on the question of why humans moralize some preferences. However, his account leaves some ambiguity around the relationship between the evolutionary function of moralization and the dynamics ...
  • Dineen, Katy (Taylor & Francis, 2020-06-24)
    This journal recently published a special issue on Kant, evil, moral perfection and education. The essays included in the special issue discussed the vulnerably and imperfection of human beings and the role of education ...
  • Dockstader, Jason (Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2019-07-18)
    There is a debate among moral error theorists. It concerns what is to be done with moral discourse once it is believed to be systematically false or untrue. It has been called the ‘now what’ problem. Should error theorists ...

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