Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Ethics 2 (4):321-337 (1998)
|Abstract||I defend the view that there are organic unities mainly by presenting examples of organic unities. I also defend the view against two objections. The first objection appeals to the notion of an evaluatively incomplete state of affairs. The second objection holds that the intrinsic value of a state of affairs can be different in different contexts. I argue that neither objection provides a compelling reason for rejecting these examples.|
|Keywords||conditional value intrinsic value organic unities pleasure value|
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