By Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O'Rourke, Harry S. Silverstein
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26 A Reappraisal of the Doctrine of Doing and Allowing 33 Consider that a person’s commitment to projects contributes to her ﬂourishing human life, and her choice of projects and the way that she carries them out are constitutive of her character. Suppose (as seems reasonable) that a disposition to avoid killing is part of a virtuous state of character. Suppose also (as seems equally reasonable) that a disposition to save others from death is also part of a virtuous state of character. In a morally perfect world, a person may be able to act in accordance with both of these dispositions.
Thanks are also due to Harry Silverstein for his comments on my essay at the Inland Northwest Paciﬁc Conference, James Sage who read the essay at the INPC on my behalf, and Lori Alward, who was commentator at the 2002 APA meeting in Philadelphia at which I had presented an earlier version of this essay. Notes 1. See Quinn 1993. This was originally published in 1989 in the Philosophical Review 98: 287–312. 2. See Foot 1978, 1984, 1985. 3. Consequentialism, a broader category than utilitarianism, comprises those ethical theories that specify an action to be right insofar as it promotes the best consequences (however deﬁned), and wrong insofar as it does not.
Philosophical Perspectives 3: 399–422. van Inwagen, P. 1998. The Mystery of Metaphysical Freedom. In Metaphysics: The Big Questions, ed. P. van Inwagen and D. Zimmerman. Oxford: Blackwell. van Inwagen, P. 2000. Free Will Remains a Mystery. Philosophical Perspectives 14: 1–19. Reprinted in Kane 2002. van Inwagen, P. 2004. Van Inwagen on Free Will. In Freedom and Determinism, ed. J. Campbell, M. O’Rourke, and D. Shier. : MIT Press. 24 J. K. Campbell, M. O’Rourke, and H. S. Silverstein van Inwagen, P.
Action, Ethics, and Responsibility (Topics in Contemporary Philosophy) by Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O'Rourke, Harry S. Silverstein