publication . Article . 2016

«Не упускай из виду интуиций…» (теоретические проблематизации интуитивных моральных суждений в современной этике)

ПРОКОФЬЕВ АНДРЕЙ ВЯЧЕСЛАВОВИЧ;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016 Journal: Философский журнал (issn: 2072-0726, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Федеральное государственное бюджетное учреждение науки Институт философии Российской академии наук
Abstract
This paper explores how the knowledge of content and psychological foundations of strong, stable, immediate moral beliefs can be used in ethical theory. In contemporary ethics, such beliefs are usually termed ‘intuitive moral judgments’ or ‘moral intuitions’. The author evaluates three theoretical models that employ the analysis of moral intuitions. First of them, the social intuitionism of Jonathan Haidt, proceeds from the thesis that automatic intuitive reactions dominate our moral experience and considers moral reasoning (and moral philosophy as well) as a secondary, superficial activity lacking any binding force. In place of the philosophical examination of ...
Subjects
free text keywords: МОРАЛЬ,MORALITY,ЭТИКА,ETHICS,ПСИХОЛОГИЯ МОРАЛИ,MORAL PSYCHOLOGY,МОРАЛЬНЫЕ ИНТУИЦИИ,MORAL INTUITIONS,УТИЛИТАРИЗМ,ДЕОНТОЛОГИЧЕСКАЯ ЭТИКА,DEONTOLOGICAL ETHICS,ХАЙДТ,КЭММ,СИНГЕР,ТОНШО,UTILITARIANISM,JONATHAN HAIDT,FRANCES KAMM,PETER SINGER,TORBJöRN TäNNSJö
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