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Article in Transactions of the Charles S Peirce Society A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy 49(1):117-120 · January 2013 with 28 Reads. In my view, however, there are two that are essential: first, the idea that loyalty to loyalty is a genuine way to make moral philosophy universalizable, entailing that this expression is not a vacuous one; second, the importance of the redemptive character of loyalty.

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Loyalty to Loyalty engages Royce's moral theory, revealing how loyalty, rather than being just one virtue .

Loyalty to Loyalty engages Royce's moral theory, revealing how loyalty, rather than being just one virtue among others, is central to living a genuinely moral and meaningful life. John J. McDermott opens his introduction to Josiah Royce’s The Philosophy of Loyalty with the question Is there a more treacherous and ambivalent virtue than that of loyalty? the question is rhetorical, however, for it is at once a confrontation and a declaration. There is, for McDermott, no more treacherous and ambivalent virtue than that of loyalty.

The philosophy of loyalty. by. Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916.

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the genuine moral life extensively from The Philosophy of Loyalty to clarify Royce’s unique . Royce is often overlooked as one of the great American philosophers.

the genuine moral life. John Snarey a. a School of Theology, Department of Psychology, Emory. University, Atlanta, USA. Published online: 05 Apr 2013. extensively from The Philosophy of Loyalty to clarify Royce’s unique contribution. Kohlberg believed that Royce’s ‘philosophy and psychology of community,’ in. comparison to those of Emile Durkheim and John Dewey, was more appealing. There are. signs, however, that their legacies are coming into better alignment.

Royce's philosophy of loyalty is of strong interest to thinkers working towards a philosophy of community which bridges the tension between . Loyalty to Loyalty: Josiah Royce and the Genuine Moral Life (American Philosophy).

Royce's philosophy of loyalty is of strong interest to thinkers working towards a philosophy of community which bridges the tension between individual and society. This was an issue in Royce's day and remains an issue today. In studying Royce, it remains important to understand how his thinking about loyalty remains emeshed in idealism, even if it is a pragmatic form of idealism. Regardless of whether one agrees with Royce, "The Philosophy of Loyalty" rewards reading for those interested in ethcs, social philosophy, or American philosophy.

Loyalty to Loyalty book. We read Josiah Royce’s The Philosophy of Loyalty, and our discussions contributed in a small way to Foust’s doctoral dissertation, which eventually became this book.

Loyalty to Loyalty engages Royce's moral theory, revealing how loyalty, rather than being just one virtue among others, is central to living a genuinely moral and meaningful life

Loyalty to Loyalty engages Royce's moral theory, revealing how loyalty, rather than being just one virtue among others, is central to living a genuinely moral and meaningful life. Foust shows how the theory of loyalty Royce advances can be brought to bear on issues such as the ity debate in ethical theory, the role of loyalty in liberatory struggle, and the ethics of whistleblowing and disaster response. Seller Inventory AAJ9780823242696. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

Loyalty to Loyalty engages Royce's moral theory, revealing how loyalty, rather . eISBN: 978-0-8232-4664-9. Subjects: Philosophy. In a recent book dealing with Royce’s moral philosophy, Dwayne A. Tunstall asserts: The serious problem with Royce’s ethics is that it neglects the origins of ethical experience.

Josiah Royce (1855-1916), one of the outstanding classical American philosophers, is regarded by many .

Josiah Royce (1855-1916), one of the outstanding classical American philosophers, is regarded by many as the foremost American idealist. A transitional book in the development of Royce's thought, The Philosophy of Loyalty is a key to understanding his influence on the development of pragmatism. Royce's basic argument is clear. Individual wills are a given, and social training is a natural aspect of community. But the two are not fully compatible, and conflicts naturally emerge.

As a virtue, loyalty has an ambiguous place in our thinking about moral judgments. We lauded the loyalty of firefighters who risked their lives to save others on 9/11 while condemning the loyalty of those who perpetrated the catastrophe. Responding to such uneasiness and confusion, Loyalty to Loyalty contributes to ongoing conversation about how we should respond to conflicts in loyalty in a pluralistic world.

The lone philosopher to base an ethical theory on the virtue of loyalty is Josiah Royce. Loyalty to Loyalty engages Royce’s moral theory, revealing how loyalty, rather than being just one virtue among others, is central to living a genuinely moral and meaningful life. Mathew A. Foust shows how the theory of loyalty Royce advances can be brought to bear on issues such as the partiality/impartiality debate in ethical theory, the role of loyalty in liberatory struggle, and the ethics of whistleblowing and disaster response.