Mencius, Hume, and Sensibility Theory

Mencius, Hume, and Sensibility Theory wixgsD rwiD exh ixsfsvs riy iusheng viu heprtment of hilosophyD tF gloud tte niversity sn this rtile s will present nd defend sensiility theoryD prtiulr version of ntE urlisti morl relismD y omining the omplementry fetures of the wenin nd rumen trditionsF worl irrelism stresses sujetivityF rditionl morl relE ism stresses ojetivityF ht distinguishes sensiility theory from other metethil theories is tht it hrmonizes sujetivity nd ojetivity on relist groundF s ring wenius nd hvid rume together in defending sensiility theory eE use this theory derives essentil support from the works of othF wenius @QUI± PVW fFgFA is one of the most importnt gonfuins in the lssil period of nient ghinese philosophyF re helped to shpe the ghinese philosophil thinking fter him for more thn two thousnd yersF rume @IUII±IUUTA is one of the estE known ottish philosophers who even tody still gretly influenes lmost every field of estern philosophyF wenius nd rume shre essentil fetures in their morl theoriesD yet they re lso omplementry to eh other t other fundmentl pointsFI wenius insists tht morl qulities re s rel s seondry qulitiesF re freE quently ompres the mindGhert9s @xinA enjoyment of morl qulities to the eye9s enjoyment http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophy East and West University of Hawai'I Press

Mencius, Hume, and Sensibility Theory

Philosophy East and West, Volume 52 (1) – Jan 1, 2002

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wixgsD rwiD exh ixsfsvs riy iusheng viu heprtment of hilosophyD tF gloud tte niversity sn this rtile s will present nd defend sensiility theoryD prtiulr version of ntE urlisti morl relismD y omining the omplementry fetures of the wenin nd rumen trditionsF worl irrelism stresses sujetivityF rditionl morl relE ism stresses ojetivityF ht distinguishes sensiility theory from other metethil theories is tht it hrmonizes sujetivity nd ojetivity on relist groundF s ring wenius nd hvid rume together in defending sensiility theory eE use this theory derives essentil support from the works of othF wenius @QUI± PVW fFgFA is one of the most importnt gonfuins in the lssil period of nient ghinese philosophyF re helped to shpe the ghinese philosophil thinking fter him for more thn two thousnd yersF rume @IUII±IUUTA is one of the estE known ottish philosophers who even tody still gretly influenes lmost every field of estern philosophyF wenius nd rume shre essentil fetures in their morl theoriesD yet they re lso omplementry to eh other t other fundmentl pointsFI wenius insists tht morl qulities re s rel s seondry qulitiesF re freE quently ompres the mindGhert9s @xinA enjoyment of morl qulities to the eye9s enjoyment

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Published: Jan 1, 2002

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