Ethikbegründung geht über dieses formale Grundgerüst hinaus und wird in Kap. 4.4.5. behandelt.
45 Vgl.: R. Rorty – Is Truth a Goal of Inquiry? Donald Davidson versus Crispin Wright, in: Ders. – Truth and Progress. Philosophical Papers, Cambridge 1998, S. 19-42.
46 Auch wenn m.E. epistemische
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Furthermore, it is entirely unclear whether the idea this whole philosophical inquiry rests upon, that is, the possibility of killing an animal without inflicting any kind of pain, suffering, fear or other forms of distress, in fact is a practicable option or remains nothing more than a
applied ethics is to clarify “ in which way, which and whose interests or abilities are to be considered” (Steigleder, 1999, p. 19, own translation). Gewirth writes that
the principle [the PGC] must also undergo an a posteriori inquiry to ascertain whether it is adequate for explicating and