Now showing items 1-2 of 2
Freedom consequentialism: In support of a new measure of utility
(University of Canterbury. Philosophy, 2013)
Classical utilitarianism faces significant problems: it ignores moral rights; it cannot take account of all free rational agents; and its focus on happiness means that it dismisses the other things that people value for ...
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 ...