By Jan-R Sieckmann
This ebook provides an research of the assumption of autonomy as self-legislation and its outcomes for legislation and morality. It hyperlinks the assumption of autonomy with the assumption of the balancing of normative arguments, develops a idea of normative arguments as particular from normative decisions and statements and explains claims to correctness and objectivity which are present in normative discourse. hence, a 'logic of autonomy' emerges, and it's pervasive in normative reasoning. It connects theses in regards to the common sense of norms, the constitution of balancing, human and primary rights, felony validity, felony interpretation, and the kin between felony platforms, supplying a conception of important components of normative argumentation, a idea that's undergirded via the mutual family members that exist among and between its elements in addition to throughout the relatives that it bears to different theories. additionally, it deals an alternative choice to Kantian notions of autonomy and offers recommendations to difficulties that different theories have did not master.
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