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Author: Lukas Brand

. When it comes to acquiring moral virtues, Aristotle said: “Neither by nature nor contrary to nature do the virtues arise in us; rather we are adapted by nature to receive them, and are made perfect by habit.” (NE 1103a24) It is plausible that ANN-based artificial agents are indeed well-adapted to

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other philosophers. Further, I discuss another category of moral subjects: moral patients . I conclude by discussing the relationship between morality and law. 3.1 Moral Agency Aristotle in Nicomachean Ethics links autonomy with moral responsibility (Aristotle). He distinguishes actions

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Author: Leonie Seng

ethical principles with regard to the justification of certain norms. 2 Questions like How do we want to live? Which kind of society do we want to have? and Who or what is the Human Being? have been posed for example by Aristotle (Krapinger 2011; Wolf 2006), Immanuel Kant (1781) and many other

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operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The notion of “formalization”, however, is referring to a procedure going at least as far back as to Aristotle who in his logic (gr. “organon” = tool) is operating with variables. i.e. formal symbols representing whole groups or families of

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Author: Martin Böhnert

). Aristotle’s Philosophy of Biology . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Busche, H. (2001). Die Seele als System. Aristoteles’ Wissenschaft von der Psyche . Hamburg: Felix Meiner. 781 Malim, T.; Birch, A.; Hayward, S. (1996). Comparative Psychology. Human and Animal Behavior: A Sociobiological

In: Methodologische Signaturen
Author: Jan G. Michel

1934: 7–11), the problem designated by this label has a long-standing history and can already be found in the works of Aristotle (Laudan 1983: 112f.). More importantly, the demarcation problem does not only comprise the question what distinguishes science from non-science, but also what distinguishes

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das Wertvollste überhaupt: By the ideal of existence I mean that thing or those things whose only justification is that they justify everything else; or, as Aristotle put it, those things for the sake of which we do other things, but which are not themselves done for the sake of anything else

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das Wertvollste überhaupt: By the ideal of existence I mean that thing or those things whose only justification is that they justify everything else; or, as Aristotle put it, those things for the sake of which we do other things, but which are not themselves done for the sake of anything else

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