Moral Demandingness and Supererogatory Beneficence

Moral Demandingness and Supererogatory Beneficence

by Michael Brulotte
     
 

Upon weighing various moral theories of beneficence, a spectrum of demandingness emerges from the highly permissive to the extremely taxing. Thus, as moral agents, it is incumbent upon us to determine which theory, if any, yield the correct conclusion about our obligation to aid fellow humans in times both of most egregious suffering or of most marginal inequality.See more details below

Overview

Upon weighing various moral theories of beneficence, a spectrum of demandingness emerges from the highly permissive to the extremely taxing. Thus, as moral agents, it is incumbent upon us to determine which theory, if any, yield the correct conclusion about our obligation to aid fellow humans in times both of most egregious suffering or of most marginal inequality.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044394766
Publisher:
Michael Brulotte
Publication date:
03/15/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
0 MB

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