By Brad Hooker
What are the right standards for assessing a conception of morality? during this enlightening paintings, Brad Hooker starts via answering this question. He then argues for a rule-consequentialist idea which, partly, asserts that acts could be assessed morally when it comes to impartially justified ideas. in spite of everything, he considers the results of rule-consequentialism for numerous present controversies in sensible ethics, making this sincerely written, enticing booklet the simplest total assertion of this method of ethics.
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The violation of trust and loyalty is typically characterized by one of the many forms of betrayai, for ertample, treason. It is important to note that invoking the term ""teason,'% turn, elicits a set of concepts associated with it, such as revolt, sedition, insurrection, disobedience, mutiny, uprising, and suhversiftn. Skilar terms are associated with other farms of betray&, such as treachcry, deception, trickery, perfidy, m d infidelity. It is thus obvious that m y one particdar form of betrayal is associated with complex cognitions and emotions.
Ideal Code, Real World: A Rule-Consequentialist Theory of Morality by Brad Hooker