Reasons and the Good

Reasons and the Good

Roger Crisp


In Reasons and the Good Roger Crisp solutions a few of the oldest questions in ethical philosophy. primary to ethics, he claims, is the belief of final purposes for motion; and he argues controversially that those purposes do not rely on ethical thoughts. He investigates the character of purposes themselves, and the way we come to understand them. He defends a hedonistic thought of overall healthiness and an account of sensible cause in response to which we will be able to provide a few, although now not overriding, precedence to our personal solid over that of others.

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