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  • Author:
    Joseph Raz
  • ISBN:
    0199693811
  • ISBN13:
    978-0199693818
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  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 13, 2012)
  • Pages:
    296 pages
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    Humanities
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From Normativity to Respo. The discussion of nomativity and practical reason that makes up From Normativity to Responsibility is breathtaking in its scope, its depth, and, most importantly, its brilliance. Christopher Essert, The Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence Raz has explored in this book the way we understand our duties and rights, and how we decide the way we ought to act. In less than three-hundred pages it provides a clearly-written and focused answer to these types of inquiry a valuable resource.

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In this way, Raz argues that the end is in the beginning, in understanding how people are subject to normativity, namely how it is that there are reasons addressed to them, and what is the meaning of that for our being in the world. Format Paperback 290 pages.

Joseph Raz. Язык: english. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. The Singing Neanderthals.

Raz's first book, The Concept of a Legal System, was based on his doctoral thesis , The Practice of Value (2003), Between Authority and Interpretation (2009), and From Normativity to Responsibility (2011).

Raz's first book, The Concept of a Legal System, was based on his doctoral thesis. A later book, The Morality of Freedom won two prizes: the 1987 . Mackenzie Book Prize from the Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom, awarded to the best book in political science each calendar year; and the 1988 Elaine and David Spitz Book Prize from the Conference for the Study of Political Thought, New York, awarded annually for the best. book in liberal and/or democratic theory that had been published two years earlier. The Practice of Value (2003), Between Authority and Interpretation (2009), and From Normativity to Responsibility (2011).

Joseph Raz examines and explains the philosophical issues underlying these everyday quandaries.

From Normativity to Responsibility. Joseph Raz. Abstract . This book examines and explains the philosophical issues underlying these everyday questions. University of Oxford - Faculty of Law; Columbia University - Law School; King's College London – The . University of Oxford - Faculty of Law; Columbia University - Law School; King's College London – The Dickson Poon School of Law. Date Written: October 13, 2013.

Joseph Raz examines the philosophical issues underlying these everyday questions. Similar books and articles. Responsibility and the Negligence Standard. Joseph Raz - 2010 - Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 30 (1):1-18. He explores the nature of normativity-the.

What are our duties or rights? How should we act? What are we responsible for? How do we determine the answers to these questions? Joseph Raz examines and explains the philosophical issues underlying these everyday quandaries. He explores the nature of normativity--namely, the fact that we believe and feel we should behave in certain ways, the reasoning behind certain beliefs and emotions, and various basic features of making decisions about what to do. He goes on to consider when we are responsible for our actions and omissions, and offers a novel account of responsibility. We can think of responsibility for unjustified actions or attitudes as a precondition of the blameworthiness of a person for an attitude or an action, or perhaps for a whole set of actions, intentions, or beliefs. Responsibility for justified actions or attitudes may be a precondition of praiseworthiness. Either way responsibility may point to further consequences of being justified or unjustified, rational or not. But crucially, responsibility attaches to people in a more holistic way. Some people are responsible for their actions, while others are not. In this way, Raz argues that the end is in the beginning, in understanding how people are subject to normativity, namely how it is that there are reasons addressed to them, and what is the meaning of that for our being in the world.