Lecture 9--Deontology-Kant_s Ethics _CTools_

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More Worries About Ross’  Theory Objection 1: Too Much Trust of Intuitions;  in Past Intuitions have gone wrong
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More Worries About the Theory Objection 2: Worry About Intuitionism as a  View of Moral Epistemology Is morality really like math? Kantianism and Contractualism will offer a  different (more plausible?) explanation of how  we know what is right and wrong
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More Worries About the Theory Objection 3: Ross’s Theory Is Incomplete Ross’s view doesn’t give us a decision-procedure;  it does not tell us how to determine what to do in  actual cases in which duties conflict
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More Worries About the Theory Objection 4 (from the consequentialists):  Consequentialism Can Do Everything  Ross’s Duties Can Do Ross keeps claiming that consequentialists can’t  account for what is special about having made a  promise, but it’s not clear that this is true
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Deontology:  Kantian Ethics Lecture 9: Thursday, 3 rd  February
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