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(University of Canterbury. School of Social and Political Sciences, 2012)
Normal human limitations mean that when people decide how to act, they often have to base their decisions on flawed information or reasoning. Even when agents reason to the best of their ability, and form intentions ...
The problem of contemporary graffiti.
(University of Canterbury, 2012)
This thesis is about the normative question as to whether graffiti should be encouraged, tolerated, or discouraged in our public places. The definition of the term is highly contested, as will be discussed in these pages. ...
Art, Moral Value, and Significance
(University of Canterbury. Philosophy, 2012)
Debate concerning the relationship between ethics and aesthetics has re-emerged in contemporary aesthetic literature. All of the major contemporary positions, I argue, treat this relationship as existing between the "moral ...