Values, valuing and evaluation
Professor von Wright has stated that those .concepts relevant to ethics may be divided approximately into three groups The three groups he suggests are value concepts, which include the concepts of good, bad and evil, normative concepts, which include obligation, right, prohibition and permission, and finally, concepts which belong to "the notion of ahuman act" and "notions which are relevant to action" such as desire, end, need, want, intention, motive, reason and will. Von Wright suggests...[Show more]
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