|Ethics||Chisholm||Chisholm II M.David/L. Stubenberg (Hg) Philosophische Aufsätze zu Ehren von R.M. Chisholm Graz 1986
Ethics: criterion must not presuppose the accuracy of further purposes - therefore question of the ultimate purpose.
Ultimate Purpose/Moore/Brentano: "The best you can do" (sum of good) - requires immediate evidence - we must first know how to recognize good.
Ethics/Chisholm: intuitive approach - Vs: obscure absolute values - Object of value predicates is always a fact.
Intrinsic Value: is only established if reflection of all good and bad is known in all possible worlds - KollerVsChisholm: it is wrong to look for the criteria only in the purposes.
Pareto Principle/Strong/Ethics/Koller: the condition where at least one individual is better off and none is worse off is always preferable - Vs: this is controversial and not evident.
VsAltruism: in a shortage of means mutual benevolence is limited - therefore usually no matching assessment of situations.
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