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In Preferring Justice, Eric Cave argues that, as flawed agents of differing abilities choosing under partial information, most of us require the sense of justice to advance maximally whatever ends we have apart from the end o. .

In Preferring Justice, Eric Cave argues that, as flawed agents of differing abilities choosing under partial information, most of us require the sense of justice to advance maximally whatever ends we have apart from the end of acting justly. Издательство: Westview Press. org to approved e-mail addresses. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

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This manuscript is about the sense of justice that limits what individuals can do in pursuit of their ends and opens them to exploitation. It shows how flawed agents choosing under partial information advance those of their ends having nothing to do with justice by maintaining such a disposition.

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Preferring Justice : Rationality, Self-Transformation, and the Sense of Justice. Rules of justice would benefit the members of a community little if individuals lacked an effective desire to comply with these rules. But from the individual point of view, the sense of justice appears to do no more than to limit what individuals can do in pursuit of their ends and open them to exploitation.

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Preferring Justice: Rationality, Self-Transformation, and the Sense of Justice, Eric M. Cave. Westview Press, 1998, xiv + 183 pages. Daniel M. Farrell (a1). The Ohio State University. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 April 2000.

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Rules of justice would benefit the members of a community little if individuals lacked an effective desire to comply with these rules. But from the individual point of view, the sense of justice appears to do no more than to limit what individuals can do in pursuit of their ends and open them to exploitation. Realizing this, we might each wonder whether the sense of justice is anything more than an instrument of social control, something we would each be better off without. And it is a short step from such worries to unjust action and all of its attendant costs. Hence, we require a successful justification of the sense of justice to answer pernicious doubts about this disposition arising from the individual point of view. In Preferring Justice, Eric Cave argues that, as flawed agents of differing abilities choosing under partial information, most of us require the sense of justice to advance maximally whatever ends we have apart from the end of acting justly.
Preferring Justice: Rationality, Self-transformation, And The Sense Of Justice download epub
Humanities
Author: Eric Cave
ISBN: 081332808X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 25, 1997)
Pages: 200 pages