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- Author(s)Robert Audi
- PublisherPrinceton University Press
- Date of Publication24/02/2013
- Place of PublicationNew Jersey
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPrinceton University Press
- Weight340 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Table Of ContentsPreface vii Acknowledgments xi Introduction 1 PART ONE Perception and Moral Knowledge 5 Chapter 1 Perception: Sensory, Conceptual, and Cognitive Dimensions 7 * I. Major Kinds of Perception 8 * II. The Phenomenology and Content of Perception 12 * III. The Basis of Veridical Perception 21 Chapter 2 Moral Perception: Causal, Phenomenological, and Epistemological Elements 30 * I. The Perception of Right and Wrong 30 * II. The Representational Character of Moral Perception 38 Chapter 3 Perception as a Direct Source of Moral Knowledge 51 * I. Perception and Inference 51 * II. Can Moral Perception Be Naturalized? 55 * III. Moral Perception as a Basis of Moral Knowledge 58 PART TWO Ethical Intuition, Emotional Sensibility, and Moral Judgment 67 Chapter 4 Perceptual Grounds, Ethical Disagreement, and Moral Intuitions 69 * I. Does Moral Disagreement Undermine Justification in Ethics? 70 * II. The Concept of an Intuition 83 * III. Intuitions as Apprehensions 96 Chapter 5 Moral Perception, Aesthetic Perception, and Intuitive Judgment 103 * I. The Role of Intuition in Aesthetic Experience 103 * II. Aesthetic and Moral Properties: Comparison and Contrast 106 * III. The Rule-Governed Element in Ethics and Aesthetics 109 * IV. The Reliability of Intuition 112 Chapter 6 Emotion and Intuition as Sources of Moral Judgment 121 * I. Emotion and Intuition: Interaction and Integration 122 * II. The Evidential Role of Emotion in Moral Matters 136 Chapter 7 The Place of Emotion and Moral Intuition in Normative Ethics 143 * I. Emotion and Moral Intuition 143 * II. Moral Imagination as a Nexus of Intuition, Emotion, and Perception 157 * III. Intuition and Moral Judgment 161 Conclusion 170 Index 175
- Author BiographyRobert Audi is John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. His books include Moral Knowledge and Ethical Character, Moral Value and Human Diversity, The Good in the Right (Princeton), and Practical Reasoning and Ethical Decision.
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