7 edition of Suffering and moral responsibility found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-232) and index.
|Series||Oxford ethics series|
|LC Classifications||BJ1409 .M28 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 237 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||98019813|
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Healing a Wounded Sense of Morality Many veterans are suffering from a condition similar to, but distinct from, PTSD: moral injury, in which Author: Maggie Puniewska. Nietzsche and the Problem of Suffering Since the sickness of the West arising from the fear of suffering has led to a religious and moral view of the world, the cure must be an affirmation of this life that surrenders any moral justification of it. And if the veil of illusion has given rise to a false confidence that we can know the real.
Responsibility can be defined as a duty or obligation to satisfactorily perform or complete a task that one must fulfill and it is also regarded is a philosophical, moral and legal concept which refers to a person's internal or external compulsion to carry out his or her moral duties. Professor. Jamie Mayerfeld (Ph.D., Princeton University, ) is Professor of Political Science and Adjunct Professor in Law, Societies, and Justice. He is also a faculty associate of the Center for Human Rights and an associate faculty member of the Program on eld specializes in political theory and human rights. He is the author most recently of The Promise of Human Rights.
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Suffering and Moral Responsibility by Jamie Mayerfeld,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). Mayerfeld concludes his discussion by arguing that the reduction of suffering is morally more important thanthe promotion of happiness, and that most of us greatly underestimate the force of the duty to prevent suffering.
L As the first systematic book-length inquiry into the moral significance of suffering, Suffering and Moral Responsibility makes an important contribution to moral philosophy and. As the first systematic book-length inquiry into the moral significance of suffering, Suffering and Moral Responsibility makes an important contribution to moral philosophy and political theory, and will interest specialists in each of these areas.
Summary: In this work, Jamie Mayerfeld examines the content of the duty to prevent suffering and the weight it has relative to other moral considerations.
He argues that the prevention of suffering is morally more important than the promotion of happiness, and that the duty to relieve suffering is much stronger than most of us acknowledge. Suffering and moral responsibility. [Jamie Mayerfeld] -- "In this original study, Jamie Mayerfeld undertakes a careful inquiry into the meaning and moral significance of suffering.
Understanding suffering in hedonistic terms as an affliction of feeling, he. L As the first systematic book-length inquiry into the moral significance of suffering, Suffering and Moral Responsibility makes an important contribution to moral philosophy and political theory, and will interest specialists in each of these areas.5/5(1).
That said, work by Jamie Mayerfeld in his book “Suffering and Moral Responsibility” and Dennis McKerlie in his paper “Dimensions of Equality” both suggest that suffering bears its own moral significance, separate from its relationship to overall : Justine Ajandi.
Karol Wojtyla's Love and Responsibility: a summary. W illiam E. May This book, published in Polish in and in English inis a magnificent work, philosophical in nature, on the human person, human sexuality, love, and marriage. It is, however, a somewhat difficult book to.
Suffering and Moral Responsibility,pages, Jamie Mayerfeld Associate Professor of Political Science University of Washington, Oxford University Press, Our answer to the question, “Who is responsible for the suffering of others?” may depend in part upon how one believes that suffering came about.
One perspective holds that if a distribution of resources came about in a blatantly unfair way, for example, through stealing, enslaving, defrauding, exploiting, or otherwise coercing people, then. In this work, Jamie Mayerfeld undertakes a careful inquiry into the meaning and moral significance of suffering.
Understanding suffering in hedonistic terms as an affliction of feeling, he claims that it is an objective psychological condition, amenable to measurement and interpersonal comparison, although its accurate assessment is never : Jamie Mayerfeld.
Author Bio In this thought-provoking book, Ronald B. Miller contends that we seek psychotherapy to relieve not our symptoms but our suffering. For those who practice clinical psychology, therapy is thus a moral : Waller has presented us with a forceful, rich, and interesting book arguing for a highly original position.
It combines compatibilism on free will with hard determinism on moral responsibility, couple with an optimistic discussion of both the possibility for and the Cited by: Suffering and Moral Responsibility Mayerfeld, Jamie () Related Items in Google Scholar ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Search DigitalGeorgetown.
This Collection. Browse. Quality and inequality Our moral responsibility to each other has never beensays Zygmunt Bauman, our ability to act globally for the common good lags far behind Zygmunt Bauman.
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What Suffering Does. more than 1, books were released on Amazon on that subject. They often feel an overwhelming moral responsibility to respond. Such an alternative approach will seek to explicate the radically ethical nature of human suffering by recog-nizing therapists' fundamental responsibility to "suffer-with" and "suffer-for" their Author: Edwin E.
Gantt.This book’s chapters deal with a range of theoretical problems discussed in classic compatibilist literature — e.g. the relationship between responsibility and capacity, the role of historical tracing in discounting the exculpatory value of incapacities, and the justifiability of retributive punishment.Book I, Chap.
Nature of Ethics and methods of studying Ethics. Book I, Chap. Discussion of Happiness and the good as the ends of human life. Book II, Chap. Discussion of Moral Virtue. Book II, Chap. The Doctrine of the Mean.
Book III, Chap. Moral purpose and moral responsibility. Book III, Chap.and Book IV.