Ethics and Experience: The Case of the Curious Response
Hastings Center Report. 1996 Jan-Feb; 26(1): 6-15.
The move in moral theory toward listening to and accommodating "experience" requires that we hear its diversity, take a closer look at its nature, and ask how it should function in moral deliberation....To be useful to moral deliberation, the appeal to experience must be more than a mere cataloguing of events in the life of the agent; the events must be drawn together in a meaningful pattern.
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