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O naturalismo ético no behaviorismo radical de B. F. Skinner
(Universidade Federal de São Carlos, 2013-06-24)
We presuppose the existence of an Ethics in Skinner's work. It reveals, at least, three aspects: a Metaethics, a Normative and an Applied Ethics, which will be detailed in the present investigation. Before this, we will ...
Intencionalidade, consciência e caridade nas obras éticas de Pedro Abelardo
(Universidade Federal de São Carlos, 2017-12-13)
Analyzing the ethical works of Peter Abelard, i.e., Ethica or Scito te Ipsum and Collationes or Dialogus inter Philosophum, Iudaeum et Christianum, it can be said that the Palatine contemplates both the general (theoretical) ...
Kierkegaard e o Tractatus
(Universidade Federal de São Carlos, 2017-08-11)
This study aims to investigate if the relationships between Kierkegaard and the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus can be assessed from considerations about the nature of language. That would provide a philosophical justification ...
A concepção de homem no Behaviorismo radical e suas implicações para a tecnologia do comportamento
(Universidade Federal de São Carlos, 2008-12-19)
B. F. Skinner describes and explains the human behavior through the causal model of selection by consequences. According to this model, the human behavior is the product of the interaction among three levels of variability ...
A ética skinneriana e a tensão entre descrição e prescrição no Behaviorismo Radical.
(Universidade Federal de São Carlos, 2007-05-23)
From the description of Skinner's theory since its beginning, we can understand the course which falls into ethical questions. Skinner asserts that the science of behavior can also be the science of values, that is, it ...
O fundamento da moral: Schopenhauer critico de Kant
(Universidade Federal de São Carlos, 2000-02-29)
The aim of this dissertation is to present Schopenhauer's Metaphysics with a view to analysing the categorical imperative, a key concept of kantian morality. Our analysis shall indicate that the reason is merely an instrument ...