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100 1  Potrč, Matjaž. 
245 10 Practical contexts|h[electronic resource] /|cMatjaž Potrc,
       Vojko Strahovnik. 
260    Frankfurt ;|aNew Brunswick :|bOntos Verlag,|c2004. 
300    1 online resource (180 pages). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Practical philosophy ;|vBd. 8 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0  Foreword; I. POSITIVE AND WIDE IMPACT OF PARTICULARISM; 
       Delineating Moral Particularism; The Lessons and Morals of
       Moral Particularism; Wider Positive Project; Particularism
       and Metaphysics13; II. PRACTICAL CONTEXTS; Particularism 
       and Context; Why Contexts would Figure as Reasons for 
       Action?; Humeans: Beliefs and desires lead to action, 
       desires dominating beliefs.; Dancy's Pure Cognitivism 
       Thesis: Belief dominate desires as reasonsfor action. 
       Beliefs are more objective than desires.; Practical 
       Reality; Practical Contexts: contexts have normative 
       authority as reasons. 
505 8  Objection Considered and Some Further MattersIII. 
       PARTICULARISM AND PRODUCTIVITY ARGUMENT; Patterns; 
       Systematizing of Lists: by General Principles?; 
       Arbitrariness and the Weirdly Blinking Machine; 
       Productivity Argument; Dynamical Cognition33 Based 
       Judgments Assure Relevance upon anIntractable Basis; Some 
       Further Remarks and Objections; IV. THE HEART OF 
       KNOWLEDGE35; Reasons and Knowledge; Knowledge as Justified
       True Belief; Contextualism and the Elusiveness of 
       Knowledge; No Justification and Rules of Relevance; 
       Particularist Justification in Context; V. NARRATION; What
       is Narration? 
505 8  The Role of ExplanationNarrative Explanation; Narration 
       and Relevance; VI. PARTICULARIST COMPOSITIONALITY; 
       Presuppositions of the Classicist View of 
       Compositionality; Where Classicism Goes Wrong; The 
       Possibility of the Particularist Non-Arbitrariness of 
       Composition; More on FPCD; A Particularist Methodological 
       Remark on HT Approach; VII. DYNAMICAL COGNITION; Classical
       Cognitive Science and Marr's Three Levels of Cognitive 
       System'sDescription; Connectionism; Dynamical Cognition 
       and Morphological Content; The Case of Epistemic 
       Normativity; Conclusion; VIII. PHENOMENOLOGY OF OBJECT 
       CONSTITUTION. 
505 8  The Constitution of Ordinary ObjectsHow do Metaphysicians 
       Usually Present the Constitution of Objects?; Generalist 
       Problems with Ordinary Objects; Particularistic Object 
       Constitution; IX. THE HEART OF EXISTENCE; Pascal's 
       Distinction, Ontology and Normativity; Monistic 
       Metaphysics; Problems of Normative Conditions in 
       Metaphysics; Ultimate and Regional Ontology; Holistic and 
       Rich Regional Ontology; Conclusion; References. 
520    The thought and the findings of moral particularism are 
       extended to contextualism. Moral particularism asserts 
       that reasons for moral actions are not governed by general
       principles, but by a mixture of situation bound 
       deliberation and values. Particularism was established in 
       the area of moral philosophy and its main results include 
       delimitation with various forms of moral generalism. Many 
       insights were accumulated along the way. The book claims 
       that a serious contextualist approach needs to embrace 
       particularist normativity. Thesis is then applied to the 
       traditional areas of philosophy such as. 
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650  0 Contextualism (Philosophy) 
650  0 Knowledge, Theory of. 
650  0 Context (Linguistics) 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Strahovnik, Vojko. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aStrahovnik, Vojko.|tPractical Contexts.
       |dBerlin : De Gruyter, ©2004|z9783110320602 
830  0 Practical philosophy ;|vBd. 8. 
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