Pleasure in practical reasoning

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Humanities
Department Philosophy
Creator Millgram, Elijah
Title Pleasure in practical reasoning
Date 1993
Description Practical reasoning often strikes philosophers as ungrounded. It seems to them that desires are to be justified by reasoning that proceeds from, inter alia, further desires, and these further desires are to be justified by reference to still further desires. Avoiding circularity and infinite regress requires justification to terminate in desires that are themselves unjustified, and thus, from the point of view of reasons, simply arbitrary.
Type Text
Publisher Monist
Journal Title The Monist
Volume 76
Issue 3
First Page 394
Last Page 415
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Millgram, E. (1993). Pleasure in practical reasoning. The Monist, 76(3), 394-415.
Rights Management (c)The Monist
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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