By James Stacey Taylor
This quantity brings jointly unique essays addressing the theoretical foundations of the concept that of autonomy, in addition to essays investigating the connection among autonomy and ethical accountability, freedom, political philosophy, and clinical ethics. Written by way of well known philosophers presently in those parts, the publication represents state of the art learn at the nature and price of autonomy and may be crucial studying for a extensive variety of philosophers in addition to psychologists.
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That is why it is plausible to say that when that desire motivates action, in part because of my second-order volition, I am directing my action. But, Watson observes, the hierarchical model does not seem to have the resources to explain this. 13 We can express the point by saying that there is nothing in the very idea of a higher-order desire that explains why it has authority to speak for the agent, to constitute where the agent stands. For all that has been said, when action and will conforms to a higher-order desire, it is simply conforming to one attitude among many of the wiggles in the psychic stew.
G. Frey and Tom L. ” The question of whether the value of autonomy is primarily intrinsic or primarily instrumental cannot, of course, be settled apart from an adequate understanding of the nature of autonomy. It is for this reason, in part, that the theoretical progress that has recently been made in determining what it is for a person to be autonomous with respect to her desires and her actions is of interest to those who work in those areas of moral and political philosophy in which autonomy plays a major role.
The platonic model and underdetermination by value judgment I want to give the hierarchical model something to say in response to this challenge. My strategy is to do this by bringing together elements from the hierarchical model with elements from the planning theory. Before proceeding with this strategy, however, I want to reﬂect on the Platonic alternative that Watson sketches, one that highlights responsiveness to judgments about the good. 19 We can clarify one way this can happen by turning to one of Frankfurt’s later developments of the hierarchical model.
Personal Autonomy: New Essays on Personal Autonomy and its Role in Contemporary Moral Philosophy by James Stacey Taylor