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The first model of evaluating specific moral propositions or value judgement Bell considers, it is the “commitment-deducibility model”: “This model imitates the logical hierarchical structure of science as conceived by the positivists, except that the propositions involved are value judgements, not statements of fact. Logical relationships exist among the propositions. ] Thus there is deducibility through logical consistency. ] ultimately the highestorder assertion, and thus the entire system of justification itself, rests on an act of faith or will” (Bell 1996b: 82–83).
Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 4, no 14, 2000 7 Europe—The Strategic Choices strona: 41 (41) 42 Roman Galar To me, it seems the “fox and sour grapes” approach 10. Real intelligence, biotechnology and nanotechnology, they all operate in living bodies so it should be possible to replicate them technologically. The first problem is that we might still need to discover some new “technological principles” to make it happen. The second problem is that these discoveries might not be approachable from the current paradigms 11.
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