By Hermann von Gottschall
This Elibron Classics publication is a facsimile reprint of a 1912 variation by means of Veit & Comp., Leipzig.
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Let us now turn to the argument about morality that Cavell unfolds in Part III of The Claim of Reason. Part III consists of four chapters (9–12), about each of which I have something to say. Stanley Cavell and Ethics 25 Knowledge and the Basis of Morality What I ﬁnd to be thematic in Chapter 9 is Cavell’s effort to expose, and to make problematic, the assumptions about the nature of knowledge, and of rationality, that underlie intuitionism and emotivism. He begins with two issues that have traditionally raised the issue of the place of reason in ethics: ﬁrst, the problem of (seemingly) irresolvable ethical disagreement, and second, the problem of the relationship of a person’s “rational conviction” in the rightness of an act to that person’s acting as morality would require.
It was to have been a revision of his dissertation, The Claim to Rationality, which he submitted to Harvard in 1961. ”14 His account of why this is so emphasizes (1) the extensive rearrangement (including the removal of some already-published material) and revision of the material of what was the ﬁrst part of the dissertation into Part I of the book, and (2) the writing of Part IV of the book. This part, “Skepticism and the Problem of Others,” was written much later than most of the rest of the book, and will impress the ﬁrst-time reader as stylistically distinct from the rest of the book.
Cavell’s patient exploration of these examples more than justiﬁes his claim: One is . . perplexed to ﬁnd, in works purporting to begin from our ordinary moral convictions and conduct, maxims which are not merely ‘stilted’, but which it is hard, if not impossible, to imagine one moral agent ever using to another . . 28 The lesson that Stevenson draws from his examples is, of course, that moral arguments are incapable of rational settlement. Cavell challenges what he sees as the underlying assumptions of the drawing of this lesson.
Adolf Anderssen der Altmeister deutscher Schachspielkunst by Hermann von Gottschall