On the Intrinsic Value of States of Pleasure

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Michael Zimmerman, Professor and Philosophy Pre-Law Concentration Advisor (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: Is pleasure good? Is displeasure bad? On first consulting our moral intuitions we receive, I think, no clear-cut answers to these questions, and therein lies the problem that I wish to investigate. In pursuing this investigation I shall not attempt to skirt our intuitions; on the contrary, I shall dig into them as deeply as I can.

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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 41 (1980): 26-45
Language: English
Date: 1980
good, bad, moral intuitions, intrinsic value, states of pleasure

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