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Banfield (1967). 6. Albeit covering a wide range of variation, to be sure. 7. It can also account for valuing creativity et al. , as contributing to our welfare. 8. Railton (1984) limns this sort of distinction with great subtlety. Langenfus (1990) calls it the “criterion/motivation separation” (p. 131), which he sees, however, as deeply problematic. “Decision procedure” is another relevant term in the literature for what I am calling motivation; cf. Crisp (1992). 9. Taken from a Calvin and Hobbes cartoon by Bill Watterson.
221; Hudson’s emphasis). 4. I am not going to worry overmuch about two different theories that happen to contain the same number of individuals since I am only sketching a picture for the practical purpose of talking about a concept. This matter does have some significance, however, in the discussion of altruism later in this chapter. 5. A researcher who actually used the term “familism” to portray a moral outlook was political scientist Edward C. Banfield (1967). 6. Albeit covering a wide range of variation, to be sure.
Taken from a Calvin and Hobbes cartoon by Bill Watterson. (c) Watterson. Used by permission of Universal Press Syndicate. All rights reserved. 10. I also sometimes refer to it as “Calvinism,” if you don’t mind the pun. 11. See Appendix I. 12. What about Yahweh or Brahman? Without turning this into a theological treatise, I will just remark that there seem to me to be grounds for an ethical interpretation of these supposed named individuals as placeholders for everyone. ’ This is the first and greatest commandment.
Figuring Lacan: Criticism and the Cultural Unconscious by Juliet Flower MacCannell