6 edition of Politics, Law, and Morality found in the catalog.
March 11, 2000 by Yale University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Vladimir Wozniuk (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
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Such behaviors jeopardize our moral self-image; however, when we engage in immoral behaviors we still feel as though we are moral individuals.
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Lakoff makes it clear however, that there is no such thing as an Objective study of politics, as politics is based in subjective morality.
Philosophers generally approach the problem of past wrongdoing from the point of view of either a judge or a victim.
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Moshe Halbertal is a wide-ranging scholar of philosophy, political theory, and Jewish Law who has Law significant books on sacrifice, idolatry, and Maimonides.
Don't liberals also have families and a moral framework for reasoning about families? The difficulties in one's life serve as a test to sort the deserving from the undeserving.
Meanwhile, the Global Administrative Law Projectled by Benedict Kingsbury and Richard Stewartexplores global Law from an integrated interdisciplinary perspective that combines legal theory, international relations, and institutional design. While it's important to mention that there is not a single cognitive faculty dedicated exclusively to moral cognition, characterizing the contributions of domain-general processes to moral behavior is a critical scientific endeavor to understand how morality works and how it can be improved.
That war started from the Garden of Eden after mans creation. On this understanding, moralities are sets of self-perpetuating and biologically driven behaviors which encourage human cooperation. Often, the differential neural response to specifically moral statements or scenes, are examined using functional neuroimaging experiments.
See also: Science of morality The brain areas that are consistently involved when humans reason about moral issues have been investigated by multiple quantitative large-scale meta-analyses of the brain activity changes reported in the moral neuroscience literature.
The author of an acclaimed book on the politics surrounding the Supreme Court throughout American history, Barry Friedman is working with a group of political scientists to develop a trailblazing course and casebook on judicial decisionmaking that marries the most sophisticated work in the social sciences with normative and institutional legal questions.
Within nationalist movements, there has been some tendency to feel that a nation will not survive or prosper without acknowledging one common morality, regardless of its content. Jonathan Haidt has noted  that experimental observation indicating an in-group criterion provides one moral foundation substantially used by conservativesbut far less so by liberals.
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