And this indeed is what his treatment suggests. Dryer, whose thorough and careful study follows this general introduction. His reference to Hartley serves to remind us that Hartley also attempts to reconcile in this fashion, at least to some degree, the opposed empirical and intuitionist schools of moral philosophy.
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He further expands this theme. Where Bentham is successful, Mill argues, is in those areas which do not involve moral philosophy. These bodies are composed primarily of healthcare professionals, but may also include philosopherslay people, and clergy — indeed, in many parts of the world their presence is considered mandatory in order to provide balance.
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The virtues translate into competencies that help foster ethical actions. The assignment of philosophers or religious clerics will reflect the importance attached by the society to the basic values involved. I left the firm for the current firm and feel I dodged a bullet.
Other studies have challenged these conclusions however, with evidence of contradictory findings.