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Moral skepticism - Wikipedia

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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 "...

Epistemology | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Qualitative Identity; Hume's Skepticism about Induction ... The term “epistemology ” comes from the Greek "episteme," meaning "knowledge," ... such as "Dogs are mammals," "2+2=7," "It is wrong to murder innocent people for fun. ... And, alas, we sometimes fail to achieve such a match; some...

Hume, David | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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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 abo...

CHAPTER 6: KNOWLEDGE

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Apr 1, 2011 ... For example, if I follow one course of reasoning, I'll come to the ... Once you've made a mistake in your calculations, your solution to the math problem is wrong, and ... According to Hume, we have natural beliefs that direct our normal ..... of more serious statements, such as whether “Bill murdered Charlie.

Free Flashcards about Dave's Ethics Stack - StudyStack

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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.

Moral Sentimentalism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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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 ...

David Hume - New World Encyclopedia

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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 ...

Hume's emotivism

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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 ...

Moral Skepticism INTRODUCTION All the standard arguments for ...

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Yet our moral views invite skepticism even if global skepticism is false. One ... beliefs. Instead, these skeptics argue, peoples' moral views are a reflection of their affective, ... The argument goes back at least to David Hume who emphasized the ..... analytic that murder is wrong – seems to guarantee as well its triviality.

An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals

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The end of all moral speculations is to teach us our duty; and, by proper ... takes possession of the heart, and animates us to embrace and maintain it. .... (what will readily, I believe, be allowed) that no qualities are more entitled to the ..... for the benefit of society, what, otherwise, he could not suffer without wrong or injury...