New PDF release: Human Sciences and the Problem of Values / Les Sciences

By K. Kuypers (auth.), K. Kuypers (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9024715229

ISBN-13: 9789024715220

ISBN-10: 9401024243

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K. Kuypers: HUMAN SCIENCES AND the matter OF VALUES 1 H. G. Gadamer: DAS ONTOLOGISCHE challenge DES WERTES 17 Manfred Moritz: AXIOLOGY AND research 33 Ch. Perelman: l. a. JUSTIFICATION DES NORMES forty seven Max Black: THE "FACTUAL" AND THE "NORMATIVE" fifty five P. Lorenzen: ON JUSTIFYING NORMS sixty five Richard McKeon: evidence, VALUES AND activities seventy three N. Rotenstreich: "FREEDOM FROM VALUES" tested 87 PREFACE according to a tenet made within the previous meeting of the Institute in Helsinki (1970), as subject of the Entretiens in Amsterdam used to be selected: Human sciences and the matter of values. As ordinary the association of the Entretiens used to be dedicated to an area committee in shut collaboration with the workplace of the Institute in Paris. The confer­ ence used to be held from eight until II September 1971 within the so referred to as Trippenhuis (house the place lived the kinfolk journey within the seventeenth and 18th century), seat of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and Letters. The periods have been attended through approximately 70 humans, not just individuals but in addition a few invited colleagues and assistants representing the philosophers within the Dutch universities. The papers have been elevated and dispensed to the contributors a while earlier than the start of the convention. through so doing every one speaker (rapporteur) may perhaps limit himself to a brief precis of the details of his paper or a quick remark as advent, instantly through a basic discussion.

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10. However, the fact that "value sentences are not used to make statements about value facts", does not imply that there are no value facts. It is not correct to say: as value sentences are not used to state that there are value facts, there are no such facts. Or: there can not be such facts. The only consequence is this: you can not use valuesentences for statements about these value facts. If there are valuefacts you have to use other linguistic means than value-sentences to state that there are value-facts.

Quant aux normes fondamentales elles-memes, les discussions a leur propos concernent beaucoup moins leur verite que leur interpretation. Quand l'article 6 de la Constitution beIge affirme que "Tous les Belges sont egaux devant la loi," il ne viendra a l'idee de personne de se demander si cette affirmation est vraie, mais on se demandera si Ie traite4 v. it ce propos Ch. Perelman, "ee qu'une refIexion sur Ie droit pent apporter au philosopbe," dans j",tice et Raison, Presses Universitaires de Bruxelles, I963, pp.

A negative ontology says that there are no value-qualities in the world. This reverse axiological view could be called a combination ofaxiological objectivism and value nihilism (or axiological nihilism). If you are an objectivist you probably would argue against what I have said. An objectivist may argue: the objectivistic axiology consists of both a theory about what value-sentences do mean and at the same time of a positive ontological view, saying that there are objects with value-qualities - or at least, that there can be objects with non-natural value qualities.

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