Equilíbrio Reflexivo e Conhecimento Moral: o caso da teoria da justiça como equidade

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https://doi.org/10.5902/2179378666931

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Equilíbrio reflexivo, Conhecimento Moral, Justiça como Equidade, John Rawls.

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O objetivo deste artigo é investigar o escopo do método do equilíbrio reflexivo e sua relação com o conhecimento moral, refletindo sobre o papel deste método na teoria da justiça como equidade de John Rawls. Para tal, iniciamos mostrando a influência do método na filosofia moral e política. Depois, a investigação tem por foco analisar a importância do equilíbrio reflexivo na teoria rawlsiana, destacando o uso do equilíbrio reflexivo estreito e amplo sobretudo nas obras “Outline of a decision procedure for ethics”, A Theory of Justice e “The independence of moral theory” e o uso do equilíbrio reflexivo geral e pleno nas obras Justice as Fairness,Political Liberalism, “Reply to Habermas” e The Law of Peoples. Na parte final do texto, a ideia é defender o equilíbrio reflexivo como um método bastante adequado para a obtenção da objetividade das crenças éticas, podendo ser interpretado como um tipo de conhecimento moral.

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Denis Coitinho, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, São Leopoldo, RS, Brasil

Professor do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Filosofia da UNISINOS

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2022-09-12 — Atualizado em 2022-09-13

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Coitinho, D. (2022). Equilíbrio Reflexivo e Conhecimento Moral: o caso da teoria da justiça como equidade. Voluntas: Revista Internacional De Filosofia, 13(1), e02. https://doi.org/10.5902/2179378666931 (Original work published 12º de setembro de 2022)

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Dossiê 50 anos da Teoria da Justiça de John Rawls