5 edition of Investigating the biological foundations of human morality found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by James P. Hurd.|
|Series||Symposium series ;, v. 37, Symposium series (Edwin Mellen Press) ;, v. 37.|
|Contributions||Hurd, James P., 1941-|
|LC Classifications||BJ1311 .I58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|ISBN 10||077348843X, 088946989X|
|LC Control Number||95041538|
"This fascinating book by one of the leading primatologists examines the biological foundations of morality as it grows out of primate sociality while remaining within a framework of random natural selection An informative and accessible discussion to an important topic."—David Lorimer, Paradigm Explorer The Primate Origins of Human Nature (Volume 3 in The Foundations of Human Biology series) blends several elements from evolutionary biology as applied to primate behavioral ecology and primate psychology, classical physical anthropology and evolutionary psychology of humans. However, unlike similar books, it strives to define the human species relative to our living and extinct relatives, and
genocide. Human views about the origins and functions of the moral capacities have tangible effects on behavior. Caution is warranted. With this background, we can ask what neuroscience and evolution offer to understanding morality and immorality. The simultaneous focus in this book on psychopathy and normal moral capacities is particularly ~nesse/Articles/Nesse-EvolNeurosciMorallitypdf. In The Political Animal in Medieval Philosophy Juhana Toivanen investigates what medieval philosophers meant when they argued that human beings are political animals by nature. He analyses the notion of ‘political animal’ from various perspectives and shows its relevance to philosophical discussions concerning the foundations of human sociability, ethics, and ://
Morality Without Foundations investigates fundamental metaethical questions about the meaning, truth, and justification of moral thought and discourse. Mark Timmons maintains that all versions of descriptivism in ethics, particularly certain accounts of moral realism, fail. He argues instead that a correct metaethical theory should embrace some version of :// analyze the biological foundations of human cognition. A crucial component of their arguments is a simple but profound aphorism: Everything said is said by someone. It follows from this that any concept, idea, belief, definition, drawing, poem, or piece of music, has to be produced by a living human being, constrained by the peculiarities of ~nunez/COGS/
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Publication date Topics Additional Physical Format: Online version: Investigating the biological foundations of human morality. Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, © (OCoLC) INVESTIGATING the BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS of HUMAN MORALITY, Edited by James P.
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Hurd （Symposium series, v. 37） E. Mellen Press, The Biological Basis of Morality. such as justice and human rights, are independent of human experience, or they are human inventions. tend not to declare themselves on the foundations of Houck & Drickamer, eds., Foundations of Animal Behavior: Classic Papers with Commentaries () Hrdy, Sarah Blaffer, The Woman That Never Evolved () Hrdy, Sarah Blaffer, Mother Nature: Maternal Instincts and How They Shape the Human Species () Hurd, James P., ed., Investigating the Biological Foundations of Human Morality ().
The author avoids belaboring any one aspect of morality's applications, however, and instead provides an intimate and joyful series of proofs that the "ingredients of a moral society come from within." A well-composed argument for the biological foundations of human :// how morality evolved book description its the animal in us we often hear when weve been bad but why not when were goodprimates and philosopherstackles this question by exploring the biological foundations of one of humanitys most valued traits morality in this provocative book primatologist one minutia of the subject whether human morality The aim of all this is not just to spread human DNA around, but partly to transmit the heritable information of the symbionts.
Trying to reduce all human interests to the interests of human nuclear DNA is a doomed project that fails quickly and spectacularly. Humans are a biological menagerie - pulled in multiple directions by their › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.
The norms of morality must be by and large consistent with human biological nature, because ethics can only exist in human individuals and in human societies. One might therefore also expect, and it is the case, that accepted norms of morality will often, or at least occasionally, promote behaviors that increase the biological fitness of those Two aspects are discussed: first, the mechanism of learning, and second, the generation of culture and morality.
Both aspects are analyzed in relation to the evolution of the mind-brain system. As to the first aspect, I suggest that the use of the concept of innatism requires a re-examination of the genome-dependent effects on the mind-brain system particularly for what concerns the time scale This book is in much the same vein as the author's earlier book "Darwinism and Human Affairs".
It goes into detail about what the author calls "indirect reciprocity". That term has gone on to become popular. The book is an early tract on what most people today call evolutionary :// Together, these biological and cultural mechanisms provide the motivation for cooperative behavior; and they provide the criteria by which we evaluate the behavior of others.
And, according to MAC, it is precisely this collection of cooperative traits—these instincts, intuitions, and institutions—that constitute human :// In his book the Descent of Man (), Charles Darwin observed that evolution had gifted humans a particular trait: the capacity for moral deliberation.
The field of neuroscience can now confirm Darwin’s observations by demonstrating that moral cognition occurs in human brain regions that are dist In his enjoyable and informative book The Evolution of Morality, Richard Joyce distinguishes between explaining how natural selection might explain socially useful behavior in animals and what more is needed to explain morality, with its thoughts about right or wrong, in human beings.
Contrary to what others have said, Joyce argues plausibly The book is broken down into four main sections, asserting that essentially everything human is cultural, and everything cultural is cognitive or emotional. T he sequence of the chapters mimics the argument about how artistic representations and cognitive culture challenge and yet enforce prehistoric and adaptive moral :// the foundations of bioethics Download the foundations of bioethics or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get the foundations of bioethics book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you :// Human rights attitudes have been shown to be related to political ideology, but there have been few studies investigating their relationship with morality.
Using moral foundations theory, we It is shown that a narrative approach to morality fits well with the nativist ‘five foundations’ view developed in the first part of the chapter, and also helps to explain how the intuitive, evolved foundations of morality are elaborated by cultural activity into the complex, diverse moral functioning that mature human :oso/.
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