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Philosophy 2074F/G Study Guide - Deontological Ethics, Civil Society


Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHIL 2074F/G
Professor
Dean Proessel

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Sen- Self Interest
Against self-interest
Salazar
Kantian
KANT
o Talks about dignity and deontology
Meeler
Utilitarianism
Hobbes
Property right Arguments
Society brings out
Distribution Justice
Civil society brings peace and security
Contract simply doesn’t work in contract of the war.
*Locke
Fundamental rights
Property mix the labour with the commons
Add value to commons then makes you entitle to it and become a property
Smith
Supports Division labour, Supports self interest
Marx
Against Division of Labour, Alienation
Against Locke’s idea.
o Locke’s idea can be capitalism Aleienation of the
Labour
production itself
species
alienation from others
Rawls:
Redistribution.
Original “Veil of ignorance.
o You are disadvantaged you don’t know if you’re the minority or the
majority
o That’s why it is rational to have distribution because you don’t know
what side you are. Therefore Rawl said it is not a violation of freedom.
Object of original of agreement is the principal of justice.
Kind of supports Kant’s idea of deontology.
Nozick
Entitlement Theory
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