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Against normative judgement internalism
(Institute of Philosophy of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, 2013-04)
Normative judgement internalism claims that enkrasia is an ideal of rational agency that poses a necessary link between making a normative judgement, and forming an intention to act according to that judgement. Against ...
“You should (not) do that”: An Evaluative Model of Normative Appeals (EMNA)
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-10)
Normative appeals refer to those messages that indicate that one should (or should not) engage in a certain action in a given situation. According to the psychosocial research, the decision to fulfill a normative appeal ...
Language and rules : a normative approach to the myth of the given
(Universitat de les Illes Balears. Departament de Filosofía, 2015-11)
The aim of this paper was to show that the specifically epistemological and semantic failures of the Myth of the Given are a result of mistaken normative assumptions. The self-authenticating awareness of particulars and ...
The effect of normative information on pedestrian behaviourEl efecto de la información normativa sobre la conducta peatonal
(FUNDACION INFANCIA APRENDIZAJE, NARANJO DE BULNES, 69 CIUDALCAMPO, SAN SEBASTIAN DE LOS REYES, MADRID, 28707, SPAIN, 2012)
Raz's normative theory of authority: an internal critique
(Philosophical Enquiries, 2013-06)
Joseph Raz's normative theory of authority is the most influential account in current political and legal philosophy. The theory's scope is wide, but it is typically used to account for the putative legitimacy of political ...
Interaction and self-correction
In this paper I address the question of how to account for the normative dimension involved in conceptual competence in a naturalistic framework. First, I present what I call the Naturalist Challenge (NC), referring to ...