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The organization of character : a study in the psychology of the moral self
(University of Canterbury, 1927)
This essay embodies the results of an investigation into the nature of character or the moral self as an organized system. It strives to give, in broad outline, an answer to the question: what are the psychological elements ...
In defence of freedom consequentialism.
(University of Canterbury, 2017)
Freedom consequentialism is a new consequentialist normative theory that puts personhood at the heart of morality. This theory’s measure of value is the ability of persons to understand and make their own choices, which I ...
Exploratory moral code : formalizing normative decisions using non-modal deontic logic and tiered utility.
(University of Canterbury, 2019)
Machine ethics has two aims. The first is to support practical engineering applications by implementing “moral competence” in robots and artificial intelligence. The second is to better understand ethics (Moor 2009, Guarini ...