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A moral discourse of the power of interest
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Written in English
|Statement||by David Abercromby ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 46:6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 191 p|
|Number of Pages||191|
Earlier this year scholars gathered at Union University for a conference considering the work of Robert P. George in his book Making Men Moral: Civil Liberties and Public Morality. One theme of the conference was how religion and reason can help us understand and promote the common good. Descartes is not well known for his contributions to ethics. Some have charged that it is a weakness of his philosophy that it focuses exclusively on metaphysics and epistemology to the exclusion of moral and political philosophy. Such criticisms rest on a misunderstanding of the broader framework of Descartes’ philosophy.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. and a commitment to the common good, and power located in self-interest. Our contention is that moral power, seemingly an oxymoron, is actually a widely present and important factor in social. Put another way, moral power is important when there is moral ambiguity and the ability to persuade those on the fence as to what is moral is critical.
In a post-truth world, and one where the death of expertise is an increasing threat, it makes sense that artificial moral dialogue should find a place in political discourse. In other words, as Tom Nichols has pointed out in his book The Death of Expertise, the low-information voter and other sorts of political ignorance (e.g.. The Social Contract theory is as old as the sophists of Greece (see Plato, Republic, Book II and the Gorgias), and as elusive. It has been adapted to the most opposite points of view, and used, in different forms, on both sides of every question to which it could conceivably be applied.
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Diana Jeater examines the impact of colonial occupation at its deepest level - the way in which men and women conceptualize themselves and their gender. : Marriage, Perversion, and Power: The Construction of Moral Discourse in Southern Rhodesia, (Oxford Studies in African Affairs) (): Jeater, Diana: BooksCited by: Habermas and Apel.
German philosophers Jürgen Habermas and Karl-Otto Apel are considered the originators of modern discourse ethics. Habermas's discourse ethics is his attempt to explain the implications of communicative rationality in the sphere of moral insight and normative validity.
It is a complex theoretical effort to reformulate the fundamental insights of Kantian. Chapters include discourse in education, medicine, law, the media, and literature.
Not only will these be of particular interest to students planning to enter any of these professions, but will also be of general interest, since all of us encounter them in daily life.
As a Cited by: While the common denominator of these ideal typical strands of discourse theory is the central role of language, communication, or meaning in social, political, and cultural theory, the line is not always easy to draw (Angermuller et al., a).Thus, weaker versions of normative–deliberative discourse theories have often been associated with post-structuralism while Foucault's power.
To have any hope of bringing mutual respect to the current social and political divide, we need to clearly understand the problem and make it part of our contemporary public discourse.
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In his moral (though not political) philosophy, Immanuel Kant (—) sought to derive absolute moral duties from the mere logic of deliberation. If Kant’s argument worked then, instead of relying on a bureaucrat to re-direct self-interest through incentives or a law-giver to inspire cooperation through rhetoric, one might call on each.
The Power of Language offers explanations along with a range of sample analyses to illustrate theory and provide applications of the methodologies introduced in each chapter.
Students not only learn by studying a number of analyses but carry out their own analytical work on other samples, thus gaining experience. Language and power: an introduction to institutional discourse is a book written by Mayr, Machin, Abousnnouga, and Bastow.
It is written for readers, teachers, discourse analysts, and researchers. the question of power as if it were value free from any normative judgment.
In addition, his radical and descriptive emphasis on national interest of states is often emanated from his absolute skepticism regarding the relevance of moral values or mutual interest to. moral definition: 1.
relating to the standards of good or bad behaviour, fairness, honesty, etc. that each person. Learn more. In these cases, power can promote more utilitarian choices by making people more disinhibited; power allows people to calculate the trade-off between outcomes and moral principles without feeling the stress of this compromise [27, 28].
In other cases, people may prefer to stick to the rules, but feel social pressure from others to deviate from Cited by: In “Theology and Ethics in Israel, an Integrative Analysis” (chap.
7), Matties discusses Ezekiel’s view of Yahweh in relation to the moral life. Although God as moral agent can act apart from human agency, God cannot be honored without human agency; God’s holy presence depends upon interpersonal action with the human community.
KEY WORDS: moral development; moral discourse; moral text processing; characterthere is also a need for what we might call moral literacy. The stories, poems, essays, and other writing presented here are intended to help children achieve this moral literacy.
The purpose of this book. Full text of "THE MORAL DISCOURSES OF EPICTETUS" See other formats. The discourse of power is used when it comes to differentiating the levels of power due to cultural and social characteristics that come about through societal upbringing. The ways we think and talk about a subject influence and reflect the ways we act in relation to that subject.
The idea of the discourse of power within media has a domino effect and it can play a huge role in. Is morality a check on self-interest or is it in one's self interest to be moral. Can morality and self-interest be Ever since "Know Thyself" was inscribed at Delphi, Western philosophers have struggled to understand the relations between morality and self-interest/5.
What I’ve found is that there is a confusion in moral discourse surrounding these terms because there are at least two separate meanings attached to them; in particular, a psychological-subjective meaning and a less common and much more specific meaning assigned to them by certain moral ’s take a look at “happiness”.In Moral Politics: How Liberals and Conservatives Think, George Lakoff uses the methods of cognitive linguistics-a field in which he has worked since its infancy-to explain the different worldviews that shape liberal and conservative thought, and why what seems like common sense to one seems like bunk to another.
In doing so, he hopes to begin 4/5().2 The Power of Discourse and the Discourse of Power prevailing discourses of power by examining them in their most explicitly articulated form: academic discourses of power. After identifying the limitations of these existing discourses, the paper outlines an alternative vocabulary, along with a simple analyticalCited by: