The Law and Method in Spirit-culture: An Interpretation of by Charles Lane

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It was treated by philosophers as no more than the application of logical techniques to the analysis of moral language. This approach to moral philosophy was shaped by two assumptions: that moral philosophy must be sharply distinguished from anything empirical, and that it had no bearing on any first-order moral issues. Some philosophers were (and are) happy with these assumptions, but others felt that, if moral philosophy were to justify its centrality in a humane education, then it would need to engage more fully with the moral problems of real life.

The alleged facts) or at the major premise (the principle or rule derived from ‘respect for autonomy’). As far as the minor premise is concerned, it might be maintained that the alleged facts are inaccurate, mistaken, incomplete, not fully known or that they 5 Hutcheson, Francis (1725), ‘An inquiry concerning the original of our ideas of virtue or moral good’, in Downie RS (ed), Francis Hutcheson: Philosophical Writings, 1994, London: Dent, Everyman Library, pp 88–95. 36 Bioethics and the humanities do not constitute a case to which the principle applies (scope).

This application of ‘instrumental’ is far removed from baseline applications of the concept, as when we say that a hacksaw was instrumental in the prisoner’s escape or that the headmaster was instrumental in influencing the pupil’s choice of career. The baseline use of ‘instrumental’ as illustrated in these typical examples has two features: it implies that there is a causal connection between the instrument and what its use leads to, and it implies that the instrument has no place in the end brought about by its use.

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