Urmson (Oxford, 1998);Sarah Broadie, (Oxford, 1995); and, ed.
Tannsjo, (Coronet, 1976); andAndrew Minase, (iUniverse, 2000).
Thus, for example, when parents tell their children, "We only want to help you avoid our mistakes," they are constructing a metanarrative that justifies the imposition of rules of conduct they are unwilling to follow themselves.
Recommended Reading:Jean-Francois Lyotard, , tr.
is a 2005 (hardcover release: 2005, paperback release: 2008) by professor defending . The book expands on Huemer's early writing defending .
Nicola (Cambridge, 1995);Laurence R.
In (1978), (1983), and (1994),Midgley uses ethological studies of animal behavior to develop principles for that explicitly extend its concerns to include the welfare of .
Goldman, (Berg, 1998); andAndrew Benjamin, (Routledge, 1991).
As a friend of and the father of, James Mill exerted an important influence on the development of by arguing that since each individual acts in self-interest, any collection of people must therefore act in the interest of the whole.
Robinson (Oxford, 1999);Thomas Nagel, (Oxford, 1999);Stephen P.
Although many contemporary philosophers accept some form of, they often rely on or methods of analyzing mental events and upon the achievements of .