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Professional Ethics Education: Studies in Compassionate Empathy - Página 14
por Bruce Maxwell - 2008 - 198 páginas
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Varieties of Moral Personality: Ethics and Psychological Realism

Owen Flanagan, Owen J. Flanagan - 1991 - 393 páginas
...be stated in the form of a metaethical principle. PRINCIPLE OF MINIMAL PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM (PMPR): Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...ideal that the character, decision processing, and behavior prescribed are possible, or are perceived co be possible, for creatures like us. ' Satisfying...
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A Case for Legal Ethics: Legal Ethics as a Source for a Universal Ethic

Vincent Luizzi - 1993 - 194 páginas
...prominent motif in ethical theory of "ought implies can" in his Principle of Minimal Psychological Realism: "Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...ideal that the character, decision processing, and behavior prescribed are possible, or are perceived to be possible for creatures like us." Owen Flanagan....
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Readings in Philosophy and Cognitive Science

Alvin I. Goldman - 1993 - 860 páginas
...plausible to impose a constraint like Owen Flanagan's (1991) Principle of Minimal Psychological Realism: "make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...ideal that the character, decision processing, and behavior prescribed are possible ... for creatures like us" (Flanagan 1991, 32). Moral theories like...
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Moral Imagination: Implications of Cognitive Science for Ethics

Mark Johnson - 1994 - 287 páginas
...argument that any adequate moral theory must satisfy a "PRINCIPLE OF MINIMAL PSYCHOLOGICAL REALISM: Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...ideal that the character, decision processing, and behavior prescribed are possible, or are perceived to be possible, for creatures like us."27 Thus,...
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Social Trust: Toward a Cosmopolitan Society

Timothy C. Earle, George Cvetkovich - 1995 - 220 páginas
...and thoughtful manner, centering his discussion on his Principle of Minimal Psychological Realism. "Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...ideal that the character, decision processing, and behavior prescribed are possible, or are perceived to be possible, for creatures like us" (p. 32)....
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Mysticism and Vocation

James R. Horne - 1996 - 110 páginas
...am paying serious attention to Flanagan's Principle of Minimal Psychological Realism, which states: "Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...are perceived to be possible, for creatures like us" (Owen Flanagan, Varieties of Moral Personality: Ethics and Psychological Realism [Cambridge, MA: Harvard...
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Mind and Morals: Essays on Cognitive Science and Ethics

W Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science Vanderbilt University Larry May, Larry May, Marilyn Friedman, Professor of Logic and Metaphysics in the School of Philosophy Psychology and Language Sciences Andy Clark, Andy Clark - 1996 - 315 páginas
...adequate moral theory that would satisfy what he calls the Principle of Minimal Psychological Realism: "Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...ideal that the character, decision processing, and behavior prescribed are possible, or are perceived to be possible, for creatures like us."2 In other...
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Character, Virtue Theories, and the Vices

Christine McKinnon - 1999 - 272 páginas
...need to make sure that the character, decision-procedures, and behaviours prescribed by a moral theory are possible, or are perceived to be possible, for creatures like us. What is possible for creatures like us may, of course, not be possible for each individual person....
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Compassion and Remorse: Acknowledging the Suffering Other

Steven Tudor - 2001 - 235 páginas
...practically-minded, such as Owen Flanagan, recommend a certain 'psychological realism' in morality: 'Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...or are perceived to be possible, for creatures like us'.4 Such realism understands moral ideals as standards which moral actions and thinking ought to...
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Life's Intrinsic Value: Science, Ethics, and Nature

Nicholas Agar - 2001 - 200 páginas
...received ethical opinion. Flanagan offers his principle as a minimum requirement for a moral theory: "Make sure when constructing a moral theory or projecting...processing, and behaviour prescribed are possible . . . for creatures like us."1 Vagueness and inconsistencies notwithstanding, commonsense morality...
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