Subjectivism, Utility, and Autonomy
Discusses the relation between a subjectivist theory of value and an account of rational agency that leaves room for autonomy. Conception of reasons for actions; Principles of rational choice theory; Distinction between autonomy and heteronomy; Explication of practical law on happiness.
Lottenbach, Hans, "Subjectivism, Utility, and Autonomy" (1996). Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77(1): 19-35. Faculty Publications. Paper 12.
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