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On the Logical Foundations of Moral Agency [chapter]

Emiliano Lorini
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The aim of this work is to provide a logical analysis of moral agency.  ...  We discuss different aspects of moral agency such as the distinction between desires and moral values and the concept of moral agent.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been supported by the French ANR project EmoTES "Emotions in strategic interaction: theory, experiments, logical and computational studies", contract No. 11-EMCO-004-  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31570-1_8 fatcat:gcthd3nljbdsvpr32ryuj5lznm

The Moral Microfoundations of Institutional Complexity: Sustainability implementation as compromise-making at an oil sands company

Christiane Demers, Jean-Pascal Gond
2019 Organization Studies  
Research on institutional complexity has overlooked the fact that moral judgements are likely involved when individuals face a plurality of logics within organizations.  ...  To analyse the moral microfoundations of institutional complexity, we build on Boltanski and Thévenot's economies of worth framework and explore how individuals produce moral judgement in response to the  ...  We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of HEC Montréal and of Pôle e3 as well as the research assistance of Marie-Kym Paquet in part of the data-collection.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0170840619867721 fatcat:urj55ugmmvfk7f4cu2kzlpcyc4

Ethical Responsibility vs. Ethical Responsiveness in Conscious and Unconscious Communication Agents

Gianfranco Basti
2020 Proceedings (MDPI)  
Both, indeed, can be included in the category of the "sub-personal modules" of our moral agency as persons.  ...  I show the relevance of this distinction, also from the logical and computational standpoints, both in neurosciences and computer sciences for the actual debate about an ethically accountable AI.  ...  of the "sub-personal modules" of our moral agency.  ... 
doi:10.3390/proceedings47010068 fatcat:kyrxrq5kcngflmh72xgyms36s4

Ethical Responsibility vs. Ethical Responsiveness in Conscious and Unconscious Communication Agents

Gianfranco Basti
2020 Proceedings (MDPI)  
Both, indeed, can be included in the category of the "sub-personal modules" of our moral agency as persons.  ...  I show the relevance of this distinction, also from the logical and computational standpoints, both in neurosciences and computer sciences for the actual debate about an ethically accountable AI.  ...  of the "sub-personal modules" of our moral agency.  ... 
doi:10.3390/proceedings2020047047 fatcat:3meinrtzjzc6jayyvbdenxxuu4

Page 183 of Human Resources Abstracts Vol. 35, Issue 2 [page]

2000 Human Resources Abstracts  
Philip Dick’s science fiction offers a stimulating critique of modernity. One of his important themes was the gradual replacement of the empathy of humans with the cold logic of machines.  ...  Through two novels and a film adaptation, the author discusses how his characters combat this tendency, exercising moral agency.  ... 

The conditions to interdisciplinary dialogue

Laurent Taskin, Nathalie Schiffino, Julien Raone, Céline Donis
2017 Gestion 2000  
the moral side of the coexistence of logics.  ...  In the context of logics, conventionalists prompt to concentrate on the registers of justification and the morale foundations underpinning the interactions between logics: "When contestation occurs, the  ... 
doi:10.3917/g2000.345.0083 fatcat:i6e7mtetzzfdvjd6nlxrjf3s4u

Page 88 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 41, Issue 81 [page]

1873 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
; in a word, to determine the ques- tions of moral agency and moral government, with their correlated truths.  ...  It is thus charged with the task of examining the foundations of religion and morality; of accrediting their claims to the respect and submission of men, or of holding them up to scorn as superstitions  ... 

Page 88 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 41, Issue 81 [page]

1873 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
; in a word, to determine the ques- tions of moral agency and moral government, with their correlated truths.  ...  It is thus charged with the task of examining the foundations of religion and morality; of accrediting their claims to the respect and submission of men, or of holding them up to scorn as superstitions  ... 

Page 277 of The Bibliotheca Sacra Vol. 16, Issue 62 [page]

1859 The Bibliotheca Sacra  
The Empirical Psychology puts its facts together and shows us an organic and living personal agency in the one rational spirit that works in and through them all.  ...  Instead of experimental re¬ search, tracing one fact to another in the endless and unsat¬ isfactory generalizations of the inductive philosophy, we have here the clear insight of the reason directed to  ... 

Page 693 of The Bibliotheca Sacra Vol. 37, Issue 148 [page]

1880 The Bibliotheca Sacra  
On the one hand, it by implication justifies the right of the human reason to question the divine existence so long as this foundation truth has not been established satisfactorily by a process of logical  ...  agency in the formation of the cosmos, and in the domain both of the human will and the human reason, nevertheless all fail of their ultimate end.  ... 

Page 225 of Transportation Quarterly Vol. 4, Issue 2 [page]

1950 Transportation Quarterly  
On the same basis, some elements of the traffic program for a typical community should be considered in the light of professional services.  ...  Traffic Demands on Government Agencies Cities today face many problems and trends which are difficult to guide or control. Traffic, high on the list, affects many officials and bureaus.  ... 

Page 623 of Jewish Quarterly Review Vol. 8, Issue [page]

1896 Jewish Quarterly Review  
The dxon> ;29p, a commentary on Asheri’s summing up of the Talmud, urges that if the agent were not aware of the wrongfulness of his agency, his Tt2  ...  It gives a moral foundation for the rule in the maxim: tabnn may 337 oymw nas, “If there be a contradiction between the words of a teacher and the words of his disciple, to whom should you give heed?”  ... 

The kantian notion of freedom and autonomy of artificial agency

Manas Sahu
2021 Prometeica  
in the contemporary debate on free-will and determinism, and the possibility of autonomy of artificial agency in the Kantian paradigm of autonomy.  ...  This paper is also devoted to establishing the plausibility of the knowledge claim that Kantian reduction of phenomenality has served half of the purpose of the AI scientists on the possibility of Artificial  ...  Ratikanta Panda for his constant help, support and encouragement, being aware about his responsibility of supervising without which the substantive revision of the manuscript might not be possible.  ... 
doi:10.34024/prometeica.2021.23.10811 fatcat:jwfpjxie7fb4rmlrbh5pg2n5xy

Reason and Agency in Kant and Fichte

Michael Vater
2018 Revista de estudios sobre Fichte  
It's as if the logical and moral germ of the finite rational being were a selfassembling set of toy blocks.  ...  The First Move 26 Fichte rarely speaks of reason as the agent in Foundations of Transcendental Philosophy, but typically of the I's self-positing, i.e., of action, agent, and agency.  ... 
doi:10.4000/ref.845 fatcat:q5bhaegckjao5bg633ixfv3uzu

Assessing contemporary legislative proposals for their compatibility with a natural law case for AI legal personhood

Joshua Jowitt
2020 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
The question of the moral status of AI and the extent to which that status ought to be recognised by societal institutions is one that has not yet received a satisfactory answer from lawyers.  ...  the foundation of our own rights.  ...  This conception has at its foundation the agency of the subject, and it will be proposed that any AI that possesses the noumenal agency required to be a moral patient for the purposes of Gewirth's theories  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-020-00979-z fatcat:fxgzowrf3vbadnm5e6cuv2ibl4
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