menu 简单麦麦
account_circle

手段、目的与人:康德人性公式的意义与心理维度-Means, Ends, and Persons: The Meaning and Psychological Dimensions of Kant's

帮助2579人找到了他们想要的文件
上传于 2020-03-06 16次下载 5393次围观
文件编号:11785
文件详情
标题(title):Means, Ends, and Persons: The Meaning and Psychological Dimensions of Kant's Humanity Formula
手段、目的与人:康德人性公式的意义与心理维度
作者(author):Robert Audi
出版社(publisher):Oxford University Press
大小(size):2 MB (2335369 bytes)
格式(extension):pdf
注意:如果文件下载完成后为无法打开的格式,请修改后缀名为格式对应后缀

No one wants to be treated merely as a means-"used," in a sense. But just what is this repugnant treatment? Audi's point of departure is Kant's famous principle that we must treat persons as ends in themselves and never merely as means. Treatment of these kinds is conduct, a complex three-dimensional notion whose central elements are action, its motivation, and the manner of its performance. He shows how the notions of treating persons as ends and, by contrast, merely as means, can be anchored outside Kant and clarified in ways that enhance their usefulness both in ethical theory and in practical ethics, where they have much intuitive force.

Audi constructs an account of treatment of persons-of what it is, how it differs from mere interpersonal action, and what ethical standards govern it. In accounting for such treatment, the book develops a wider conception of ethics than is commonly implicit in utilitarian, deontological, or virtue theories. These results contribute to ethical theory, but in its discussion of diverse narrative examples of moral and immoral conduct, the book also contributes to normative ethics. Audi's theory of conduct takes account of motivational elements that are not traits of character and of behavioral elements that are not manifestations of virtue or vice. Here it goes beyond the leading virtue approaches.

The theory also advances rule ethics by framing wider conception of moral behavior-roughly, of acting morally. The results advance both normative ethics and ethical theory. For moral philosophy, the book frames conceptions, articulates distinctions, and formulates principles; and for practical ethics, it provides a multitude of cases that illustrate both the scope of moral responsibility and the normative standards for living up to it.
Table of contents :
Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part I The Ethics Of Protecting Persons
1 The Instrumental Treatment of Persons
I. Means and Ends
II. Instrumental versus End-Regarding Treatment
III. Treating Solely as a Means versus Merely as a Means
2 Instrumental Treatment as Human Conduct
I. The Motivation and Controllability of Merely Instrumental Conduct
II. Constraints, Moral Character, and Self-Control
III. Motivation and Constraints in the Appraisal of Character
3 Action, Treatment, and Conduct
I. Action, Endeavor, and Consequence
II. Two Levels of Behavioral Description
III. Conduct as a Morally Important Category
IV. Manners of Action versus Actions as Defined by Manner
4 The Wrong-making Character Of Merely Instrumental Treatment
I. Thick and Thin Moral Questions
II. Substantive and Contrastive Views of Merely Instrumental Treatment
III. Persons as Ends versus Good Ends for Persons
IV. Internal and External Goods for Persons
Part II The Ethics Of Respecting Persons
5 Treating Others as Ends in Themselves
I. Caring about the Good of Others
II. Two Kinds of Normativity
III. Descriptive Grounds of End-Regarding Treatment
6 End-regarding Treatment And Respect For Persons
I. Good Deeds, Good Reasons, and Good Conduct
II. End-Regarding Treatment, Intention, and Interpersonal Behavior
III. The Particularity of Persons and the Interchangeability of Means
7 Autonomy And The Moral Significance Of Our Self-conceptions
I. Psychological Dispositions and the Basis of Consent
II. Respect for Persons, Point of View, and Informed Rational Desire
III. End-Regarding Treatment and Respecting Moral Rights
IV. Conduct toward Persons versus Behavior Affecting Them
8 Conduct, Intention, And Will
I. Motivational Self-Control and the Scope of Intentions
II. Moral Requirements and the Content of Intention
III. Conduct Requirements and the Love Commandments
Conclusion
Index
下载方式
购买后可查看 购买按钮在底部

常见问题

  • question_answer
    解压密码,提取码在哪?
    keyboard_arrow_down
    • 均在下载旁边哦,请注意查看,如果没有则是不需要密码
  • question_answer
    文件不符合描述怎么办?
    keyboard_arrow_down
    • 如果有文件问题,可以通过 卖家联系方式 联系卖家,如果 联系不上卖家 或 卖家无法解决则可以在我的订单页面申请售后
  • question_answer
    其他
    keyboard_arrow_down
    • 3.本文件为公益分享,文件由网上采集而来,如有侵权等问题,请及时联系客服删除
      常见问题及官方客服联系方式:点击前往
      售后问题处理方式:点击前往
-到底部了哦-
微信扫码支付
手段、目的与人:康德人性公式的意义与心理维度-Means, Ends, and Persons: The Meaning and Psychological Dimensions of Kant's
支付金额: 共计:¥0.0

添加收藏

创建新合集