Moral skepticism (or moral scepticism) is a class of metaethical theories all
members of which ... Defenders of some form of moral skepticism include David
Hume, J. L. ... Put another way, if "...
D)they believe a woman's right to privacy comes firs, they believe it violates God's
.... _____ is the view that morality (behavior which is right and wrong) is culturally
determined. ... A)David Hume B)James Rachels C)Ayn Rand D)Immanuel Kant,
Ayn Rand ... Hume. B)it maintains that our feelings define our moral judgments.
Apr 20, 2008 ... David Hume, an 18th century philosopher, stated that morality is based on ... in
which he thought that there was an obvious “wrong” and he tried to identify ...
which only exists within our world and comes from the sentiments in us. ... The
evidence for this is the disparity in people's moral beliefs: what offends ...
“Hume is our Politics, Hume is our Trade, Hume is our Philosophy, Hume is ...
Against the common belief of the time that God's existence could be proven ..... (1
) He first maintains that we have no idea of infinitely divisible time (Treatise, 1.2.
4.1). .... actions, we feel a kind of “looseness or indifference” in how they come
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whether one thinks that moral judgements express beliefs or not. Non-cognitivism
... To say that 'Murder is wrong' is to express one's disapproval of ... Whatever I
come to feel will be right! ... Our aim here, however, is to extract the main line of ...
Hume maintains that the vice or virtue of a n action is not a matter of fact about
the .... the terms of the case, since he is psychopathic, arriving at that belief about
the action ... sincere moral condemnation of the act of murder is some aversion to
the action ..... judgements of colour, concerning all objects which come within our.
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STUDIES' Terms and ... according to Hutcheson and Hume, for an action to be
wrong is for .... Hume maintains in response that we assume some standard
perspective, .... ments come directly from our sentiments; so, the development of
Mar 27, 2014 ... Hume believes that all human knowledge comes to us through our senses. ....
beliefs are intrinsically motivating—if you believe killing is wrong, you ..... the
Principles concerning Religion and Morality, said to be maintain'd in ...
Mar 8, 2002 ... And justice, he then argues, requires not only not inflicting wrong or injury on ....
certain moral facts or relations, so if Hume is to maintain his sentimentalism, ...
Instead, our just concern for “multitudes” is compounded of our concern ....
However, when it comes to the individual virtue of justice, Hume himself ...
Jan 29, 2014 ... For moral sentimentalists, our emotions and desires play a leading role in the
anatomy of morality. Some believe moral thoughts are fundamentally sentimental
, others that ..... On Hume's positive account, moral approval is caused if not .....
expressivist claim is that the sentence “Murder is wrong” is related to ...