The Revitalised Whiteheadian Process Philosophy, the Difficulty in Making Some Moral and Political Difference in the World, and Parfit's Imaginary Examples
It is argued that the Whiteheadian, constructive postmodernists could pay more attention to the intuitive feel of their arguments, and a method of imaginary examples is suggested for this task.
||Whiteheadian Process Philosophy, Practical Ethics, Imaginary Examples
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 7, pp.51-58.
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I got my basic academic education in moral philosophy and co-authored a textbook of metaethics in Finnish many years ago. The current research interests of mine include ethics, social epistemology, social theory and sociology of health and illness. Recently I have analysed epistemological and ontological dialogues between critical realists and poststructuralist feminists in my ongoing research project called "Feminist social research, sociology and social epistemology: how to develop shared theoretical and discursive space?".
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