Die Natur des Guten - Philippa Foot

Die Natur des Guten - Philippa Foot

Die Natur des Guten - Philippa Foot



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Philippa Foots Natural Goodness (dt. Die Natur des Guten) ist eines der interessantesten Werke der Gegenwartsphilosophie. Ihr Ansatz stellt nicht nur wesentliche Annahmen in Frage, die moralphilosophische Debatten bis in die Gegenwart hinein bestimmen. Foot entwirft auch einen Begriff der menschlichen Natur, der die reduktiven Tendenzen des modernen Szientismus vermeidet. Praktische Rationalität erscheint nicht als das Andere der menschlichen Natur, …

Die Natur des Guten. (Engl. Original: Natural Goodness)by Philippa Foot Author: Review by: Jacob Rosenthal Journal: Philosophische Rundschau Issue Date:

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Die Naturalisierung des Guten. Rez. zu: Philippa Foot: Natural Goodness; dies.: Moral Dilemmas and other Topics in Moral Philosophy [Book Review] Jan Szaif. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 51 (6):1056-1061 (2003) ...

Philippa Foots Natural Goodness (dt. Die Natur des Guten) ist eines der interessantesten Werke der Gegenwartsphilosophie. Ihr Ansatz stellt nicht nur wesentliche Annahmen in Frage, die moralphilosophische Debatten bis in die Gegenwart hinein bestimmen. Foot entwirft auch einen Begriff der menschlichen Natur, der die reduktiven Tendenzen des modernen Szientismus vermeidet. Praktische Rationalität erscheint nicht als das Andere der menschlichen Natur, …

Philippa Ruth Foot FBA (/ ˈ f ɪ l ɪ p ə ˈ f ʊ t /; née Bosanquet; 3 October 1920 – 3 October 2010) was an English philosopher and one of the founders of contemporary virtue ethics, who was inspired by the ethics of Aristotle.She is credited (along with Judith Jarvis Thomson) with inventing the so-called trolley problem. She was elected a member of the American Philosophical Society.

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In 1976, she took up a permanent position at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she remained until retiring in 1991, then returning to Oxford, where she completed her monograph Natural Goodness. Foot’s last philosophical article appeared in 2004, and she died on her ninetieth birthday, October 3, 2010.

Philippa Foot. Philippa Ruth Foot FBA ( / ˈfɪlɪpə ˈfʊt /; née Bosanquet; 3 October 1920 – 3 October 2010), an English philosopher, was one of the founders of contemporary virtue ethics, inspired by the ethics of Aristotle. She is credited with inventing the so-called trolley problem.

Foot’s last philosophical article appeared in 2004, and she died on her ninetieth birthday, October 3, 2010. It is sometimes thought that Foot was a founding member of Oxfam, but, in fact, the first records of her involvement date from 1948, some six years after the founding of the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief.

Her father, William was an industrialist, running a large Yorkshire steel works. Foot studied philosophy, politics, and economics at Somerville College, a women’s college within the University of Oxford.

Some of her work was crucial to a re-emergence of normative ethics within analytic philosophy, notably her critique of consequentialism and non-cognitivism. Foot's approach was influenced by the later work of Wittgenstein, although she rarely dealt explicitly with materials he treated.

She was appointed Griffin Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1976 and taught there until 1991, dividing her time between the United States and England. Contrary to common belief, Foot was not a founder of Oxfam. She joined the organization about six years after its foundation.

Foot resigned her fellowship at Somerville in 1969 and began a period of freelancing in the United States, where she held Visiting Professorships at the Universities of California, at Los Angeles and Berkeley, Washington, Princeton, Stanford, and the City University of New York.

In a trio of early articles, Foot argues against then prevailing views on the nature of moral judgments and sketches an alternative positive view. The views she argued against were known as emotivism and prescriptivism, both versions of noncognitivism.

Her mother, Esther, was a daughter of U.S. President Grover Cleveland. Her father, William was an industrialist, running a large Yorkshire steel works. Foot studied philosophy, politics, and economics at Somerville College, a women’s college within the University of Oxford.

Etiquette and morality are different in many ways, but they both tell us what we ought to do. In fact, as Foot points out, rules of etiquette are usually presented in the same categorical form as moral considerations; etiquette tells us what must and must not be done, period.

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