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Moral Justification and Reflective Equilibrium
Freeman, R. Edward; Werhane, Patricia H.; Wicks, Andrew C.; Parmar, Bidhan L.; Sonenshein, Scott B. Technical Note E-0183 / Published October 19, 1999 / 6 pages.
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This note explains reflective equilibrium, a process of moral reasoning whereby considered judgments about cases are reviewed and abstracted into principles. New cases either confirm the principles or lead to their revision. The note argues that reflective equilibrium is a good process for understanding how moral thinking ought to work.

  • Overview

    This note explains reflective equilibrium, a process of moral reasoning whereby considered judgments about cases are reviewed and abstracted into principles. New cases either confirm the principles or lead to their revision. The note argues that reflective equilibrium is a good process for understanding how moral thinking ought to work.

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