We have at Oxford about sixty professional philosophers; the bulk of these, apart from the three professors at the top, and a very few university readers, lecturers, etc. Oxford University Press, ; in Hare essays on philosophical method. This is most obviously the case with the folktale manuscript itself.
The Language of Morals Philosophically, Hare came under two influences that together led him to views that he could always retain. A broad generalization that Hare favored is that the highest OU is likely to attach to highly specific principles, though a higher AU may attach to some fairly general ones.
The conditions I have described are those obtaining in Oxford. Thus moral reflection generates a universalized prudence. If, in deciding what ought to be done, I am rationally bound to identify with the agents whose preferences, internal or external, bear on it, how can I fail to take on the widest range of actual preferences, now-for-then as well as now-for-now and then-for-then, external as well as internal, and uninformed as well as informed?
In their useful Foreword to The Philosophy of Enchantment p.
British philosophers, by and large, will not be bothered with a philosophical thesis which is not stated briefly and in clear terms, such as make it possible to discuss it in the manner I have described; and it is much more highly esteemed if it is the sort of thesis which can be explained without technicalities, if possible in everyday language.
Plato, for example, had no technical vocabulary to start with; and we cannot understand what he may have meant by a word like eidos without studying how, in the dialogues, he introduces the term and gives it a use.
When war broke out, he volunteered for service in the Royal Artillery, and circumvented the results of a medical test in order to be permitted active service overseas.
For if it were a possible situation, of the same kind as an actual situation, how could I be logically—as opposed to humanly—constrained in what attitude I adopted towards it? We insist only on distinguishing between serious metaphysical inquiry and verbiage disguised as such.
Not that this is new: He spent much time while still at Rugby working with the unemployed, and finally decided not to be a pacifist, but to join the OTC.
Peters, The Concept of Education, Mind However, subjects may have a higher-level preference that, where they hold or lack a lower-level preference only out of ignorance, its presence or absence should be discounted—thought perhaps only so long as this does not give rise to a denial of autonomy within spheres where each of us expects to be free to act at will according to his own judgment.
But the situation which they are both trying to describe is precisely the same, and they know it … They are disagreeing merely about words. His eightieth birthday was marked by the publication of a final collection of papers, Objective Prescriptions and other essays One of the sources of this procedure is to be found in a piece of advice given by Wittgenstein: Ross, Directives and Norms, Mind Brandt, Social Theory and Practice Berkeley: University of California Press, pages.
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