I found her as she JUST published I book I want to read but is too new to show up in the normal book-pirating places. So, I looked at the author, and I like her style so far. I’m not much for Philosophy and such but her approach is grounded and also properly logically justified.

I found her as she JUST published I book I want to read but is too new to show up in the normal book-pirating places.

So, I looked at the author, and I like her style so far. I’m not much for Philosophy and such but her approach is grounded and also properly logically justified.

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Just look at this table of contents. Hits all the right marks at least on this zoom.

1. Introduction
2. Using Moral Principles to Guide Decisions
3. Impediments to Usability: Error, Ignorance, and Uncertainty
4. Pragmatic Responses to the Problem of Error
5. A Further Disadvantage of Subjectivized Moral Codes
6. Non-Ideal Pragmatic Responses to the Problem of Error
7. Assessing Non-Ideal Pragmatic Responses to the Problem of Error
8. Hybrid and Austere Responses to the Problem of Error
9. The Problems of Ignorance and Uncertainty
10. The Hybrid Solution to the Problems of Error and Uncertainty
11. Multiple-Rule Hybrid Solutions to the Problems of Error and Uncertainty
12. Developing the Hybrid Solution
13. Assessing the Hybrid Solution
14. Conclusion

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What’s good about pragmatic solutions is that they’re applicable in a general universal way.

So, something like this could be equally used by a Pastor in Pennsylvania or an AI researcher at Berkeley with good effect.

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Oh, this will be good enough for me I think.

“Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.”

The keywords for each chapter are good launching points for me.

“Keywords: Austere Response, epistemic problem for morality, epistemically limited agents, Hybrid Response, Pragmatic Response”

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