Following upon prior examinations of casuistry’s relationship to principles, the author here compares and contrasts casuistry to narrow and wide reflective equilibrium to argue that casuistry and reflective equilibrium are similar but fundamentally different processes for reaching moral judgments.
Moral Judgment Moral Belief Background Theory Moral Sensibility Reflective Equilibrium
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