A Theory of Human Dignity, #7–The Skinny Logic and the Fat Semantics of Moral Principles in Broadly Kantian Nonideal Dignitarian Moral Theory.

By Robert Hanna

Prüfung,” by Edith Breckwoldt (2004)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Introduction

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This installment contains section IV.1.

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IV.1 The Skinny Logic and the Fat Semantics of Moral Principles in Broadly Kantian Nonideal Dignitarian Moral Theory

The background conceptions of logic and semantics that I’m using in this section and throughout this essay as a meta-ethical foundation, include

NOTES

[i] See, for example, G. Boolos and R. Jeffrey, Computability and Logic (3rd edn.; Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1989), chs. 10, 22, and 25, and esp. pp. 250–255.

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Formerly Captain Nemo. A not-so-very-angry, but still unemployed, full-time philosopher-nobody.

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