Rigorismo y pluralidad de principios en ética
Keywords: 
Rigorismo
Principio
Ética
Conflicto
Aplicabilidad
Issue Date: 
2007
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Citation: 
Salerno, G. (2007). ""Rigorismo y pluralidad de principios en ética"". Anuario Filosófico, 40 (3), 697-717
Abstract
The problem of the applicability of moral principles is one of the most significant issues of practical reflection. With Kant's practical philosophy, the ethical demands of universality and individuality came to seem incompatible. After reviewing the outlooks of Apel and Simmel, who both offer paradigmatic answers to the “rigorism” of the categorical imperative, this article presents the issue from the perspective of Maliandi's “Convergent Ethics”. It suggests that Maliandi's recognition of an “a priori of conflictivity” and of the bi-dimensional character of reason surmounts the shortages of both Apel's and Simmel's philosophies.
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