Reasons for action
Audi, Robert. (2010) Reasons for action. In In J. Skorupski (Ed.). The Routledge Companion to Ethics pp. 275 - 285 Routledge.
Reasons for action are central in understanding persons and in describing their moral obligations. We begin by outlining the main kinds, using chie ﬂ y examples in which a reason might be the basis of a moral obligation. Following that outline, we can see important points about the relation between reasons and other elements in which they play a major role, particularly moral motivation, moral judgment, and the explanation of action.
|Page range||275 - 285|
|Book title||The Routledge Companion to Ethics|
|Place of publication||United Kingdom|
|Web address (URL)||https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/acu/reader.action?docID=544048&ppg=302|
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