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Initial credits
00:06    |    
Introduction
01:11    |    
Quote, A Treatise of Human Nature, David Hume
03:51    |    
David Hume's explanation about secondary qualities: "object" and "subject"
06:07    |    
Variation between right and wrong according to ethics
Examples of cultural pluralism
08:05    |    
Different ways to measure secondary qualities
08:40    |    
Evolutionary psychology and its application to ethics
Problems of cultural variation
Power of culture over human brain
13:50    |    
Final credits



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David Hume’s arguments surrounding the good, primary and secondary qualities

25 de septiembre de 2012   | Vistas: 3 |   Cultural Pluralism Culture David Hume Duality

In this video Richard Kamber comments on David Hume’s book, "A Treatise of Human Nature", current research in evolutionary psychology and ethics. Kamber points out the idea of understanding ethics, how we see the right and wrong and how this is related to us, to our nature and our feelings, the interaction between subject and object according to our experience. He also illustrates how evolutionary psychology and its application to ethics have a greater variation between vicious and virtue according to the power of culture over human brain.




Richard Kamber is founding member of the Advisory Board of the Association for Core Texts and Courses (ACTC). Source: www.newmedia.ufm.eduLast…

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