discourse ethics

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discourse ethics

the conception that ethical agreements can be reached through ‘communicative argumentation’ aimed at a mutual, uncoerced understanding. See HABERMAS.
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Not surprisingly, argumentation ethics does not provide a libertarian panacea.
The Argumentation Ethics Argument for 100 Percent Self-Ownership
The point is also not to argue against the usefulness of political ethics generally, nor against the usefulness of argumentation ethics as a particular approach.
313 (1996); idem, "Defending Argumentation Ethics," supra.
7, 2006); idem, "Defending Argumentation Ethics," supra note 23; Hoppe, A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism, supra note 5, chapters 1, 2, and 7.
The title of Andrew Young's paper, "Argumentation Ethics and the Question of Self-Ownership," suggests that it is about argumentation ethics (also known as the argument from argumentation or the argument from reason).
The objective of argumentation ethics is to determine which propositions--in particular, which normative propositions--are undeniable in any argumentation.
Nevertheless, the concept is essential for a correct appreciation of argumentation ethics.
Argumentation ethics does not fit the modern academe's dominant paradigm of empirical science and its attendant positivistic and scientistic methodologies.
Hoppe (2006, 399-418) himself has done a lot of work in elaborating on his own argumentation ethics and in replying some of his critics.
Here it is an ingenious and fascinating attempt of using the argumentation ethics of Apel and Habermas for defending Rothbard's axiom.
19) Murphy and Callahan, "Hans-Hermann Hoppe's Argumentation Ethic," pp.