An Ontology for Social Reality by Tiziana Andina (auth.)

By Tiziana Andina (auth.)

This publication explores the complicated area of social truth, asking what this fact is, the way it consists and what its dynamics are in either theoretical and sensible phrases. during the exam of a few of crucial modern theories of social ontology, the ebook discusses the basics of the self-discipline and lays the principles for its improvement within the political sphere. through examining the inspiration of country and the remodel of ontology, the writer argues in prefer of a realist notion of the nation and indicates the explanations why this promotes a greater realizing of the dynamics of strength and the actualization of a better justice among generations. This publication captures the connection among various generations in the related political context, and provides it as an important situation for the re-definition of the innovations of kingdom and meta-State.

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If values are the result of stipulation, the best possible conclusion is to take into account the biological characteristics of the living, which Nietzsche interprets according to the “strength–weakness” ratio. 40 Just as the rules and institutions governing them are the result of an agreement, so the choice of reference values inspiring them is the result of a stipulation. 40 For a thorough examination of questions related to the different variants of ethical relativism see Masters (1993), especially Chap.

37 36 Reinach uses the concept of “synthetic” precisely in the Kantian sense. For Kant, remember, we are in the presence of a synthetic statement when we do not have an analytical proposition, in which case the preposition is a kind of implicit definition of some terms that constitute it (see Reinach 1913, Eng tr. p. 6). 37 Reinach (1913); Eng tr. p. 8. 32 An Ontology for Social Reality Reinach’s is a strong argument that is set sharply against the stipulative model: the action of promising is completely independent of the content of the promise.

In this context, even justice is the result of a stipulation and, more specifically, of an agreement descending directly from the social organization created with the aim of achieving the possession of goods and the consolidation of such possession: After this convention, concerning abstinence from the possessions of others, is enter’d into, and every one has acquir’d a stability in his possessions, there immediately arise the ideas of justice and injustice; as also those of property, right, and obligation.

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