Standards Lecture

Standards Lecture - deontology uniquely accounts for this...

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Standards – Emily Structure standard to avoid generic dumps. E.g. can interfere autonomy to murder someone’s else b/c it violates someone else’s Incorporate intended vs. forseen harm – limit impact. Using ppl instrumentally. Frontlines built into framework Meta-ethical weighing – most implicitly apply to a metastandard that is never stated. w/o a metastandard, it allows for generic dumps. Set upa nec. Requirement for morality to meet. Still need ind. Reasons to prefer ethical theory A moral theory has to account for act-omission distinction. Otherwise we have infinite obligations…
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Unformatted text preview: deontology uniquely accounts for this distinction because it does not deal with states of affairs If running deont. Put answers to util. Make a criterion into a burden. Arguing against hyperspecific standards explain why standard doesnt make sense or just link in (gain access to impacts) If they never justify consequential ism get concessions in cross ex or point out how they dont appeal to a standard Clarify that any answers to consequentialism take out standardgfgfgfgfgffgfgfgfgfgfggd...
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course US 122 taught by Professor Trelawney during the Spring '10 term at Colby-Sawyer.

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