Heidegger and Moral Realism

Is it possible to found a Heideggerian ethic around the notion of a relationship to being (Bezug zum Seyn)? Going against much of the Western tradition, Gupta considers if the being-relationship could result in a feeling or mystical experience that is the basis of ethics. Along the way, such an affective and embodied approach to ethics brings us into dialogue with a range of thinkers, such as Kant and Schweitzer. Further, it is suggested that an environmental philosophy is consistent with a Heideggerian ethics. Finally, recent research in the neurosciences is marshaled to at least show the plausibility of Heidegger's brand of moral realism as it is developed.ℑ=https://morningstarpublishing.net.au/wp-content/uploads/hres.9781498203784-2.jpg

By:Anoop Gupta
Publisher:Pickwick Publications
Dimensions:152mm x 229mm


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