Some articles on moral, intuitive:
... theories and combining them, and as a way of solving the problem of what to do when moral rules conflict ... one should think and act like a rule utilitarian and follow a set of intuitive prima facie rules, in order to avoid human error and bias influencing one's decision-making, and thus ... such a situation, Hare advocated that one change one's mode of moral thinking to a second 'critical' level, and behave like an act utilitarian ...
... for introducing rule utilitarianism was to do justice to the general rules that people need for moral education and character development and he proposes that “a difference between act-utilitarianism ... best harm is more likely to come, in actual moral situations, from questioning these rules than from sticking to them, unless the situations are very extra-ordinary the results of sophisticated ... knowledge of the situation and no personal biases or weaknesses and always uses critical moral thinking to decide the right thing to do the ‘prole’ is the ...
Famous quotes containing the words moral and/or intuitive:
“I set forth a humble and inglorious life; that does not matter. You can tie up all moral philosophy with a common and private life just as well as with a life of richer stuff. Each man bears the entire form of mans estate.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“It is those deep far-away things in him; those occasional flashings-forth of the intuitive Truth in him; those short, quick probings at the very axis of reality;Mthese are the things that make Shakespeare, Shakespeare.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)