Ethischer Egoismus -- Ein nützliches Verlegenheitsabstraktum?

Mühlfeld, Claus
December 2004
Erwägen Wissen Ethik;2004, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p554
Academic Journal
Presents a critique of Jean-Claude Wolf's article about ethical egoism, published in this issue of the periodical "Deliberation Knowledge Ethics." Possibility of ethical egoism as an education purpose and action purpose orientation; Reference to the persons whose socialization was ineffective in the sense that they did not internalize many social norms; Factors to be investigated by ethical egoist.


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