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Master of Arts (MA)
This thesis examines the ethical generalization argument from a methodological point of view. The generalization is not considered in a historical (Kantian) I sense of deductive implication, but rather in a more I empirical fashion of behavoristic investigation. The argument, its: limitations, and other attendant problems are analyzed.The final recommendations combine several I approaches within and without standard philosophical procedure.
Rullman, Robert Irving, "The Ethical Generalization Argument" (1968). Open Access Dissertations and Theses. Paper 5759.
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