作者 Archard, David
書名 Reading Onora O'Neill
出版項 London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2013
©2012
國際標準書號 9781135017620 (electronic bk.)
9780415675901
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (264 pages)
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附註 Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Notes -- Part 1: Kant on action and reason -- 1. Moral worth and moral rightness, maxims and actions -- Notes -- 2. Constructivist practical reasoning and objectivity -- Realism and constructivism -- O'Neill's constructivist account of practical reasoning -- Substantive normative commitments in O'Neill's constructivist account -- A brief comparison with Korsgaard's constructivism -- The need for realist foundations -- Bibliography -- Notes -- 3. Varieties of constructivism -- Introduction -- O'Neill's Kantian projects: aims, limits, and development -- Points of agreement and general objections to Rawls' constructivisms -- Arbitrary authority and restricted domains: a problem for Rawls? -- Further objections: are specific features of Rawls' theories arbitrary? -- Reliance on instrumental reason, desires, and idealizations -- Reliance on ideas drawn from our culture -- Reliance on stipulated criteria of 'reasonable' -- Reliance on 'an overlapping consensus' -- Concluding note about remaining questions -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 4. Hope as prudence: practical faith in Kant's political thinking -- Introduction -- Practical faith: religious and secular -- Hope: practical and transcendent -- Prudence as practical faith -- The transcendence of practical faith -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Part 2: Agency, consent and autonomy -- 5. Informed consent and referential opacity -- The "standard" model of informed consent -- Referential opacity -- Referential opacity - narrow and broad -- Is referential opacity simply an informational problem? -- Two ways of putting consent in its place: with and without Kant -- Conclusion -- Note -- Bibliography -- 6. Respect for autonomy in medical ethics -- Respecting a patient's wishes
The doctor's obligation and the patient's choice -- Notes -- 7. Independence, dependence, and the liberal subject -- Independence as an ideal of character in interpersonalrelationships -- Independence in liberal theory -- Notes -- Part 3: Some practical questions -- 8. Agents of global justice -- I: O'Neill on the agents of justice -- II: Question 1: International institutions as agents of justice? -- III: Question 2: transnational companies as primary agents of justice? -- IV: Question 3: 'the unjustly treated' as primary agentsof justice? -- V: Towards an analysis of the normative character of agents of justice -- VI: Concluding remarks -- Notes -- 9. Procreative rights and procreative duties -- Note -- Bibliography -- Part 4: Trustworthiness and trust -- 10. What is trust? -- Notes -- 11. Distrusting the trustworthy -- Basic and rich trustworthiness -- Signaling -- When signaling fails -- Failures in rich trustworthiness -- Affect and uptake -- Remedy -- Notes -- Bibliography -- 12. Trust in institutions -- Introduction -- Complexities of trust -- Making sense of the gulf between avowal and action -- The requirements of vigilance with respect to institutions -- Agency, individual and corporate -- Adversarial institutions -- The role of the media -- Strategies for enhancing trust -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 13. Responses -- Context: A philosophical elephant? -- Kant on action and reason -- Maxims and moral worth: Marcia Baron -- Reasoning and constructivism: Melissa Barry, Thomas Hill -- Reason and hope: Katrin Flikschuh -- Agency, consent and autonomy -- Consent and opacity: Neil Manson -- Consent and autonomy: Suzanne Uniacke -- Consent and disability: Marilyn Friedman -- Practical ethics -- Agents of justice: Simon Caney -- Autonomy and reproduction: David Archard -- Trustworthiness and trust -- Trust before trustworthiness? Annette Baier
Misplaced distrust: Karen Jones -- Judging trustworthiness: Daniel Weinstock -- Notes -- Index
Onora O'Neill is one of the foremost moral philosophers writing today. Her work on ethics and bioethics, political philosophy and the philosophy of Kant is extremely influential. Her landmark Reith Lectures on trust did much to establish the subject not only on the philosophical and political agenda but in the world of media, business and law more widely. Reading Onora O'Neill is the first book to examine and critically appraise the work of this important thinker. It includes specially commissioned chapters by leading international philosophers in ethics, Kantian philosophy and political philosophy. The following aspects of O'Neill's work are examined: global justice Kant the ethics of the family bioethics consent trust. Featuring a substantial reply to her critics at the end of the book, Reading Onora O'Neill is essential reading for students and scholars of ethics and political philosophy
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鏈接 Print version: Archard, David Reading Onora O'Neill London : Taylor & Francis Group,c2013 9780415675901
主題 O'Neill, Onora, -- 1941-
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Alt Author Deveaux, Monique
Manson, Neil
Weinstock, Daniel
Weinstock, Daniel