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    O. Lagerspetz
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    978-0792348740
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    Springer; 1998 edition (November 30, 1997)
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    178 pages
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Author Olli Lagerspetz. The author believes that this is not a coincidence but symptomatic of the irrelevance of received ideas of rationality for crucial areas of human agency.

Trust: the tacit demand. Library of ethics and applied philosophy. Springer-Science+Business Media, . University ofAmsterdam, The Netherlands. Trust the tacit demand. ISBN 978-90-481-4963-6. ISBN 978-94-015-8986-4 (eBook).

Part of the Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy book series (LOET, volume 1. Authors and affiliations.

Even though several branches of philosophy meet in the notion of trust, it has nevertheless been largely neglected by mainstream philosophy.

from book Moral Responsibility: Beyond Free Will and Determinism (p. 01-120). Ultimate control, however, seems to raise an impossible demand and so foster scepticism about moral responsibility. Chapter · August 2011 with 2 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. I argue, however, that ultimate control can be shown to be attainable provided that two widespread assumptions about it are rejected.

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Academicians and professionals in ethics, moral, social, political, and legal philosophy are likely to benefit from this analytical treatment of responsibility and punishment.

Applied Ethics Similar books and articles. Olli Lagerspetz: Trust. Lars Hertzberg - 1988 - Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 31 (3):307 – 322. Trust Me, I’M Sorry : The Paradox of Public Apology.

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Character, Liberty and Law: Kantian Essays in Theory and Practice (Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy). Character, Liberty and Law: Kantian Essays in Theory and Practice (Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy).

For example, trust may not be the sort of attitude that one can will oneself to have without any evidence of a person’s trustworthiness. This piece explores these different philosophical issues about trust. can be modeled on) interpersonal trust. Hence, I assume that the dominant paradigm is interpersonal. 1. The Nature of Trust and Trustworthiness. 2. The Epistemology of Trust. 3. The Value of Trust.

Дата издания: 2011 Серия: Library of ethics and applied philosophy Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: 5 black & white .

Дата издания: 2011 Серия: Library of ethics and applied philosophy Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: 5 black & white tables, biography Размер: 234 x 156 x 20 Читательская аудитория: Professional & vocational Рейтинг . Robyn Eckersley, University of Melbourne, Australia Дополнительное описание

The Tacit Demand (Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy).

The Tacit Demand (Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy). Published December 31, 1899 by Springer.

Even though several branches of philosophy meet in the notion of trust, it has nevertheless been largely neglected by mainstream philosophy. Arguably, most existing analyses fail to give a just account of the reality of human experience. The author believes that this is not a coincidence but symptomatic of the irrelevance of received ideas of rationality for crucial areas of human agency. `Individualist' approaches, he argues, can be accused precisely of ignoring fundamental questions about the nature of the individual. Expanding on the works of Wittgenstein, Winch, and others, in Trust: The Tacit Demand the author demonstrates the conceptual significance of our dependence on others. The discussion stretches over philosophical psychology, epistemology, political philosophy and moral philosophy. The book may be of interest to anyone in philosophy, psychology or the social sciences.