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Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHIL 102
Professor
Dominic Mc Iver Lopes

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review: what is practical reasoning? you have a norm or principle (rational command), there are facts, and the end result is an action the principles must be desire-like, motivating theories of right action -consequentialism ▯ -act consequentialism ▯ -do the action that created the most good ▯ ▯ -objective ▯ ▯ ▯ -right action is the one that actually creates the most good ▯ ▯ -subjective ▯ ▯ ▯ -right action is the one that’s expected to create the most good ▯ -indirect (rule) consequentialism -two theories of goodness ▯ -hedonism ▯ -perfectionism ▯ ▯ -there’s a list of intrinsic goods that can’t be reduced -deontology (duty-based) ▯ -right action is one that follows a duty ▯ -the norms and principles are duties ▯ -these duties are independent of goodness ▯ -kant h
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