Beam and the Mote

Beam and the Mote

On Blame, Standing, and Normativity

Lippert-Rasmussen, Kasper

Oxford University Press Inc

12/2023

280

Dura

Inglês

9780197544594

15 a 20 dias

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Acknowledgements

Introduction
1. Topic and main aims
2. Structure
3. Significance

Chapter 1: Hypocritical blame
1. Introduction
2. When is blame hypocritical?
2.1 The blaming condition
2.2 The incoherence condition
2.3 The no-self-blame condition
2.4 The no-justification condition
2.5 Summary
3. Standing to blame and its denial
4. Other accounts of what it is to dismiss blame on grounds of the hypocrite's lack of standing
5. Conclusion

Chapter 2: Complications and defeaters of standing
1. Introduction
2. Private blame
3. Self-blame
4. Third-person blame
5. Degrees of blame and degrees of standing
6. Skepticism about standing to blame
7. Why does hypocrisy undermine standing to blame?
8. Conclusion

Chapter 3: What, if anything, makes hypocritical blame morally wrong?
1. Introduction
2. Lack of desert
3. Lack of commitment
4. Wrong attention
5. Transgression of moral authority
6. Failure of reciprocity
7. Moral community
8. Implying falsehoods
9. A clash with moral equality
10. Conclusion

Chapter 4: Other ways of not having standing to blame
1. Introduction
2. Tu quoque
3. Complicity
4. None of your business
5.
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