アンスコム、"Modern Moral Philosophy"の処方箋 Anscombe's prescription for "Modern Moral Philosophy"
In "Modern Moral Philosophy" (1958), Anscombe put three famous claims against moral philosophy at the time: the profitability claim, the conceptual claim, and the triviality claim. Because of their keen critical characters, she had been known as one of the greatest critic of consequentialism. Unfortunately, it was, however, so keen that not so much attention had been payed to her own moral theory, compared with her critical argument. In this paper, I tried to shed light on a positive side of Anscombe's moral theory. Firstly, her diagnosis of the disease of "Modern Moral Philosophy" was outlined. Secondly, her own prescription was examined through the review of her arguments on human needs after "Modern Moral Philosophy".
- 先端倫理研究 : 熊本大学倫理学研究室紀要
先端倫理研究 : 熊本大学倫理学研究室紀要 10, 5-24, 2016-03