amoralism


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The second potential source for amoralism in Hegel's philosophy is his teaching concerning civilizational decline.
It does not show that moral judgments can motivate by themselves, or that amoralism is impossible.
Auden's brand of amoralism is only possible if you are the kind of person who is always somewhere else when the trigger is pulled" Auden later wrote to the British embassy offering to do "anything when and if the Government ask me" but he oughtn't have been surprised to find his offer rebuffed.
A defense of the possibility of amoralism is important to discussions about the foundations of ethics and the justification of morality.
This future California assemblyman reported on the looting, arson, shooting, and mayhem that swept over the city with a mixture of glee and revolutionary amoralism.
Lack of empathy is also claimed to be a critical impairment in autism, yet it is not at all clear that autistic individuals share the psychopath's amoralism.