By Stanley I. Benn
This ebook is an incredible contribution to the learn of the philosophy of motion, ethical philosophy, and political philosophy. Its important thought is a appreciably unorthodox thought of rational motion. such a lot modern Anglo-American philosophers think that motion is inspired via wish. Professor Benn rejects the doctrine and replaces it with a reformulation of Kant's moral and political idea, during which rational motion will be decided just by rules, despite effects. The publication analyzes the best way worth conflicts will be rationally resolved, the objectivity of worth, the idea that of ethical character, the foundations of non-interference and recognize of individuals, the beliefs of autonomy and group and numerous elements of person rights--focusing at the rights to freedom, welfare, and privateness.
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Only by exploring each disagreement as it arose could one be sure that there were no hidden differences in principles or values to generate irresoluble conflicts. But, equally and conversely, we ought never to suppose that the conditions for fruitful exchange are never more than delusively there, and that moral discourse is mere rhetoric. We cannot know until we try, and there is no call to abandon the quest for agreement until time or the arguments run out. Nevertheless, although some measure of consensus may develop in subcultures, when a culture possesses moral resources as com20 PERSONS AND VALUES plex and diverse as our own and suffers rapid technological innovation, the institutions for public decision making in national politics, government, and law are unlikely to rest firmly on a shared morality.
But equally, someone understanding his belief commitments as absolute could be in similar trouble. It is arguable that for just this reason absolute commitments of either kind are irrational. Conflicting action commitments are not so different, then, from conflicting belief commitments. In both cases, coping with conflicting commitments is a process of minimizing the damage done to one's total belief structure, in acknowledging this commitment and not that as the one requiring action or belief in this situation.
But these may be thought to be very special cases. For the remainder of the vast range of our action commitments - political, religious, selfish, or altruistic - some kind of personal affirmation or active commitment to an end may still be thought necessary. After all, one may understand that friends help one another when in need, and one may believe that Alan is one of one's friends and is in need, yet it may be thought nevertheless that no commitment to help Alan follows from this, unless one is also committed to friendship by some kind of personal affirmation or by virtue of having a proattitude to friendship, or affirming that friendship is a good thing.
A Theory of Freedom by Stanley I. Benn