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f9488a8cf8 Some even use the oxymoronic term “supererogatory duty” in trying to do justice to the phenomenon of supererogation without giving up the typically Kantian framing of all moral judgments in terms of duty. 2. This permission, called “exclusionary,” is based on a second-order reason and allows the agent to disregard the balance of first order reasons for action. M. Montague 1989, Trianosky 1986).
3.2 Qualified Supererogationism. O. Works. 404! Oops, page not found. Options, as the etymology of the term attests, are actions the agent wishes to do, actions that seem to him good and worthy of choice. Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Consequently, although the following discussion will try to separate the two questions, addressing first the conceptual issue and only later the normative, the division is only didactic. Austin. Melden (ed.), Essays in Moral Philosophy. Urmson brings the example of a doctor who volunteers to join the depleted medical forces in a plague-stricken city (whom we would call a saint), or a soldier who throws himself on a grenade in order to save his comrades (whom we would call a hero).