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This article explores Michael Slote's thesis on the fundamentality of virtue in agent-based virtue ethics.
STEVEN HOELTZEL, "Subjectivity, Spontaneity, and Structure: Mentality and Fundamentality in Kant, Fichte, and Schelling.
The demand for the government to justify its infringement on a right or interest by demonstrating close tailoring to a compelling (or in some cases an important) governmental interest takes seriously the fundamentality of the rights-based interests at stake.
After all, since no two things can be diverse without each being a unity, making the diversity of cospecific organisms derivative from the diversity of other items makes not only the diversity but also the unity of those items prior to the unity of the organisms, violating Aristotle's insistence on the fundamentality of specific unity.
For Supreme Court decisions emphasizing the fundamentality of a "significantly" different statistical disparity, see Connecticut v.
In sum, Nietzsche's view of reality denies the fundamentality of individual entities.
For the fundamentality and <<discovery of a new form of quantum fluid with fractional electric charge excitations>> H.
The fundamentality of these is suggested, for example, by how when someone contradicts himself in a court of law, he loses all credibility
The essays were then processed applying corpus linguistics techniques, which allowed us to quantify term usage and distribution, lexical diversity and fundamentality and also to reveal interpersonality traits based on an analysis of metadiscourse markers.
At the level of fundamentality at which one considers ethics and social philosophy, humanism is just as promising a stance to take today as it was in the days of Socrates or Ludwig Feuerbach.
Conceptualizing fundamentality in terms of atomistic existence is a process of reductionist social analysis (Thalos, 2011).
It is imperative, for this reason, to shift the emphasis of sovereignty away from a discussion of political rule, per se, and toward an investigation of its fundamentality for the construction of a neoliberal subjectivity.