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ABSTRACT. Autonomy is achieved in virtue of a two-way integration within a person's hierarchy of motivations, intermediate standards and values, and highest principles (Friedman). While moral judgments express attitudes, they are also assertions (Joyce). Human cooperation is largely based on a social norm of conditional cooperation (Fehr and Fischbacher). Millgram identifies the theories of practical reasoning underlying classical utilitarianism, Kant's moral theory, and virtue ethics.

 

Written by GHEORGHE BUNESCU
 
 
 

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