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内面的葛藤の道徳心理学

The Moral Psychology of Internal Conflict : Value, Meaning, and the Enactive Mind

Ellis, Ralph D.

Cambridge University Press 2018/01
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107189959
eISBN: 9781108117609
KNPID: EY00239446
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Pushing back against the potential trivialization of moral psychology that would reduce it to emotional preferences, this book takes an enactivist, self-organizational, and hermeneutic approach to internal conflict between a basic exploratory drive motivating the search for actual truth, and opposing incentives to confabulate in the interest of conformity, authoritarianism, and cognitive dissonance, which often can lead to harmful worldviews. The result is a new possibility that ethical beliefs can have truth value and are not merely a result of ephemeral altruistic or cooperative feelings. It will interest moral and political psychologists, philosophers, social scientists, and all who are concerned with inner emotional conflicts driving ethical thinking beyond mere emotivism, and toward moral realism, albeit a fallibilist one requiring continual rethinking and self-reflection. It combines 'basic emotion' theories (e.g. Panksepp) with hermeneutic depth psychology. The result is a realist approach to moral thinking emphasizing coherence rather than foundationalist theory of knowledge.

Table of Contents

Part I. Love of Truth and 'Moral Sentiments': 1. The paradox of the charitable terrorist; 2. Can we have naturalism without the naturalistic fallacy? 3. Love of truth and 'vital lies': basic conflicting emotions in moral and political psychology; 4. Moral realism, hermeneutics, and enactive epistemology: the truth 'resists is'; Part II. Truth-Seeking and the Hermeneutic Circle: 5. 'Attention must be paid!' Hermeneutics and the demand for universalization; 6. The coherence of moral worldviews: beyond the privileging of nihilism; 7. Kantian abstractions and the embarrassment of reason: the need for hermeneutics; 8. The limits of hedonism: paradoxes of 'expanded egoism'; 9. The hermeneutic process in action: fallibilism and the role of emotion in moral and political psychology.