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Generalization in ethics
Marcus G. Singer
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categorical imperative. n. (Philosophy) (in the ethics of Kant) the unconditional moral principle that one's behaviour should accord with universalizable maxims which respect persons as ends in themselves; the obligation to do one's duty for its own sake and not in pursuit of further ends. Generalization is the formation of knowledge by identifying common properties and structures in things. This is an essential thought process that allows complex knowledge to be formulated, communicated and used. The following are illustrative examples of a generalization.
Abstract. Marcus George Singer, in his book Generalization In Ethics gives a detailed defense of the Kant inspired generalization argument. Singer’s formulation of the generalization argument consists of two premises, viz. the Principle of Consequences [If the results of everyone doing x would be disastrous, then no one ought to do x] and the Generalization Principle [If not everyone Author: Kenneth G. Lucey. Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen BradfordAuthor: I. Jenkins.
The categorical imperative (German: kategorischer Imperativ) is the central philosophical concept in the deontological moral philosophy of Immanuel Kant. Introduced in Kant's Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals, it may be defined as a way of evaluating motivations for action. Virtue Ethics defines the context of right and wrong based on the virtues valued in a society. The right thing to do in society as we know it would be to act with virtues like honesty or.
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Excerpt. The problems with which this book is mainly concerned may appear to be technical, narrow, and limited. 1 Marcus Singer, Generalization in Ethics (New York: Alfred Knopf, ). Unless otherwise specified, all page references are to this book.
2 What Singer here refers to by "the generalization. GENERALIZATION IN ETHICS: An Essay in the Logic of Ethics, with the Rudiments of a System of Moral Philosophy.
By Marcus George Singer. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Author: Iredell Jenkins. Generalization and the Basis of EthicsGeneralization in Ethics: An Essays in the Logic of Ethics, with the Rudiments of a System of Moral Philosophy.
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Gillespie N. () Moral Reasons and the Generalization Test in Ethics. In: Potter N.T., Timmons M. (eds) Morality and Universality. Theory and Decision Library (An International Series in the Philosophy and Methodology of the Social and Behavioral Sciences), vol Author: Norman Gillespie.
The generalization principle requires that the reasons for your action be consistent with the assumption that everyone with the same reasons acts the same way. The reasons for your action are the conditions under which you would perform the action. They must be sufficient and necessary, meaning that you would perform the action whenever all the reason apply, and you would not perform it if.
1 Marcus G. Singer, Generalization in Ethics: An Essay in the Logic of Ethics, with the Rudiments of a System of Moral Philosophy (New York, I96I).
All page refer-ences in the text are to this book. 2 Something like the GP figures prominently in the ethics of C. Lewis, but he does not develop it very fully or try to deal with its.
GENERALIZATION IN ETHICS: An Essay in the Logic of Ethics, with the Rudiments of a System of Moral Philosophy. By Marcus George Singer. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Pp. Xvii, $ [REVIEW] I. Jenkins - - American Journal of Jurisprudence 7 (1)Cited by: Generalization in ethics; an essay in the logic of ethics, with the rudiments of a system of moral philosophy.
Generalization refers to the extent to which findings of an empirical investigation hold for a variation of populations and settings. The definition of generalization is closely related to the concept of external validity, which concerns whether findings of one particular study can be applied to.
IN HIS important book, Generalization in Ethics, Professor Singer states that the generalization argument (GA) "If the consequences of everyone's doing X would be undesirable, then no one has the right to do X,"' which is also a moral principle, can be deduced from the principle of consequences.
Generalization in ethics: an essay in the logic of ethics, with the rudiments of a system of moral philosophy. This dichotomy between the moral and the prudential appears quite often in modern books on ethics, with the result that egoism is thrown out of court as a nonmoral doctrine.
In his influential book, The Moral Point of View (, p. ), Kurt Baier maintained that “those who adopt consistent egoism cannot make moral judgments.Generalization is the concept that humans and animals use past learning in present situations of learning if the conditions in the situations are regarded as similar.
For example, if a person has learned in the past that every time they eat an apple, their throat becomes itchy and swollen.