Philosophical Experiment

1)8 experimentFor this week’s thought experiment, we need to refresh just a little on Moore. Ross was a student of Moore, and both use intuition as part of their arguments. Moore argued that, regardless of the production of pleasure, beauty was still good. Many of you preferred to be beautiful even as your happiness remained unchanged. Many more preferred truth over a little happiness. Ross makes a similar thought experiment. Moore focuses on the production of the good, but Ross thinks there is more that is valuable apart from production. So, just like in Moore’s example, take two scenarios. In both scenarios, the same amount of good is produced (although which good might alter a little). In one scenario, you break a promise. In the other, you keep it. Is one better than the other? If production is equal so you opt to keep the promise, this means promise-keeping is inherently valuable. Does it matter if it’s a big promise or a little promise? Remember that regardless, it’s the same production of good. So, if you’re breaking a big promise, it’s for some other big result. Please write 250 words and do not plagiarize.2)9 discussesRawls’ Veil of Ignorance means that we ought to be entirely unbiased. We are to take an objective stance when it comes to justice. To Rawls, justice is blind. However, we already read Railton, who is ENTIRELY against this. Is there not moral content to family and friends? Or are those relationships to be discarded as soon as some moral issue arises? So, we’ll debate this one more time now that we’re all more educated. Does alienation make morality better or worse? Is it just to be blind to our own humanity?(For this the answer will have to be based on being alienated from my emotions will make me more moral) 250 words for more information on Philosophical Experiment check on this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thought_experiment

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