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Functionality, intentionality and morality

Functionality, intentionality and morality

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Published by Elsevier JAI in Amsterdam, Boston .
Written in English

  • Organizational sociology -- Congresses,
  • Emotions -- Sociological aspects -- Congresses,
  • Psychology, Industrial -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references

    Statementedited by Charmine E.J. Härtel, Neal M. Ashkanasy, Wilfred J. Zerbe
    SeriesResearch on emotion in organizations -- v. 3
    ContributionsHärtel, Charmine E. J., 1959-, Ashkanasy, Neal M., 1945-, Zerbe, W. J, International Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life (5th : 2006 : Atlanta, Ga.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 315 p. ; 24 cm
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18287756M
    ISBN 100762314141
    ISBN 109780762314140

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The theme of this volume, Functionality, Intentionality and Morality, reflects an area of considerable importance in emotions research at this point in time. Collectively, the works presented expand our understanding of the boundary conditions of emotional influences in organizations, the ways in which emotions are Functionality used to Price: She has authored five books and over 50 refereed journal articles, which have appeared in journals such as the Journal of Management, Functionality, Intentionality and Morality (Research on Emotion in Organizations, Vol.

3), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Intentionality and morality book, pp. Conference program submission included as chapters in this volume were selected based on their quality and interest, as well as the contribution that they make to the theme of this volume: functionality, intentionality and morality of emotions.

The volume is Cited by: 1. Request Functionality | Overview: Functionality, Intentionality and Morality | As in the previous volumes of Research on Emotions in Organizations, the chapters in this book are drawn largely from the best.

Conference program submission included as chapters in this volume were selected based on their quality and interest, as well as the contribution that they make to the theme of this volume: functionality, intentionality and morality of emotions. The volume is completed by four additional invited by: 1.

or consciousness its being of or about something is intentionality. This discussion of Husserls theory of intentionality derives from our book, Husserl and Intentionality: A Study of Mind, Meaning, and Language (Dordrecht and Boston: D.

Reidel, ), where our interpretation is. Intentionality and Morality in Human Judgment. By Sudhakar Nuti Febru The CEO of a company is told, We are thinking of starting a new program.

It will help us increase profits, but it will also hurt the environment. The company starts the new program and the environment is harmed. This paper considers a detailed description of a robot that seems to meet the conditions of functional intentionality, but which falls victim to what I call the composition problem.

One obvious way to escape the problem (arguably, the only way) is if the robot can be shown to be a moral patient to deserve a particular moral by: 4. Certainly, it is the heart of his new () book, A Natural History of Human Morality.

Joint intentionality-and thus truly joint action, as opposed to merely acting in a group-requires that the agents share a representation of the action and its purpose, including each agents functional ted Reading Time: 9 mins.

The causal cognition of wrong doing: incest, intentionality, and morality. Front. Psychol. 6: fpsyg [Europe PMC free article] [Google Scholar] Astuti R.Harris P. Understanding mortality and the life of the ancestors in rural madagascar.

by: 2. Although both steps are important in human evolution, it is the first evolutionary step towards joint intentionality that is a decisive moral step for Tomasello since it allowed for all moralitys key structures to get in place.

9 This form of intentionality involves face-to-face intentionality and morality book personal interactions between ad hoc dyadic pairs in the Estimated Reading Time: 12 mins.

Keith Loftin did a great job by finding four different positions (identical somehow) about meta-ethics: the naturalist moral non-realist, naturalist moral realist, moral essentialist and moral particularist views.

This book presents in a critical thinking manner the topic on God and morality in the most basic aspects it could be ted Reading Time: 10 mins. The functionalismintentionalism debate is a historiographical debate about the origins of the Holocaust as well as most aspects of the Third Reich, such as foreign debate on the origins of the Holocaust centres on essentially two questions: Was there a master plan on the part of Adolf Hitler to launch the Holocaust.

Intentionalists argue there was such a plan, while Estimated Reading Time: 12 mins. After proposing a model of people's folk concept of intentionality I discuss three topics. First, considerations of a behavior's intentionality affect people's praise and blame of that behavior, but one study suggests that there may be an asymmetry such that blame is more affected than by: intentionality, the main focus of Tomasellos research for over twenty years and the topic of his previous book, A Natural History of Human Thinking ([]).

Tomasello makes a powerful case that these phenomena are indeed related. If this is correct, then a great deal of previous work on the evolution of morality has been subtly misguided. published: 18 February 20 doi: fpsyg The causal cognition of wrong doing: incest, intentionality, and morality.

Rita Astuti and Maurice Bloch. Department of Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Kimberley, NA Hartel, CEJBuilding a climate of trust during organizational change: The mediating role of justice perceptions and emotion. in CEJ Hartel, NM Ashkanasy WJ Zerbe (eds), Functionality, Intentionality and Morality.

1 edn, JAI Press, Oxford UK, pp. - Cited by: 6. Functionalism and moral responsibility. As I read Churchland Matter and Consciousness, I was gravitated to the theory of functionalism.

Functionalism is a branch off of dualism with a very specific difference. Functionalism says. A reductive definition solely in terms of publicly observable inputs and outputs is quite impossible.

Scholars refute the dichotomy of subject and object in the study of technology. Basing on relational ontology and revised empirical study, namely the social historical phenomenology of technology, inspired by post-phenomenology and actor-network theory, this study adopts an approach informed by the genetic phenomenological sociology (Zhang ; ) of technology, and.

Social ontology, in its broadest sense, is the study of the nature of social reality, including collective intentions and agency. The starting point of Tuomela's account of collective intentionality is the distinction between thinking and acting as a private person ("I-mode") versus as a group member ("we-mode").

The we-mode approach is based on social groups consisting of persons, which may. Morality is at the core of what it means to be social.

Moral judgments require the recognition of intentionality, that is, an attribution of the targets intentions towards another. Most research on the origins of morality has focused on intragroup morality, which involves applying morality to individuals in ones own by: According to the book, does Functional Morality exist.

Functional does not exist, according to the book. Impact, Implicit, Explicit, Full. Considered to require some sort of capacity for consciousness, intentionality and free will. Capabilities a "full ethical agent" must possess (CIF) 1. Consciousness 2. Intentionality 3.

Free Will. Emonet Books Annual Series: Research on Emotion in Organizations Zerbe, W. Härtel, C.Ashkanasy, N. Volume New Ways of Studying Emotions in. Functionality, Intentionality and Morality (Research on Emotion in Organizations). Tomasello's book presents a fascinating mixture of evolutionary biology, experimental psychology, speculative anthropology, and moral philosophy.

His basic argument is that morality evolved through various stages as a function of the evolving social relationships between human ancestors, from kinship and reciprocal altruism to dyadic strategic 5.

Intentionality, Deliberation and Autonomy. : Many important thinkers in the philosophical tradition have used an explicit theory of action as the basis of their respective normative theories of practical rationality and morality.

The idea behind this architecture of theories is that action theory can inform us about the origin, bonds, reach and Editors: Christoph Lumer, Sandro Nannini. A Natural History of Human Morality - Kindle edition by Tomasello, Michael.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Natural History of Human Morality5(30).

The moral of the paradoxes of intentionality is that thinking of intentionality in terms of "the intentional relation" is a bad idea. A better way involves drawing a distinction between the representational content of a mental state (or some other thing that has intentionality) and the objects (if.

Specifically, features of a moral act like causality, intentionality, and magnitude of outcome influence blame more than praise. A functional perspective can help explain these differences while also offering a fruitful means for guiding future research into moral by: 6.

Collective intentionality is of central importance in social ontology. In this paper, we will discuss its role in Searles understanding of social ontology and institutional reality.

The first section of the paper will reconstruct Searles understanding of social ontology and his identification of necessary elements for constructing institutional : Ivan Mladenovic.

In metaethics, the volume shows how Levinass moral phenomenology relates to recent work on the normativity of rationality and intentionality, and how it can illuminate a wide range of moral concepts including accountability, moral intuition, respect, conscience, attention, blame, indignity, shame, hatred, dependence, gratitude and guilt.

The book is organized into two parts. The first presents an overall conceptual framework for understanding emotions. It looks at the typical characteristics and components of emotions, distinguishes emotions from other affective phenomena, classifies the emotions, and covers such related issues as emotional intelligence, regulating emotions.

This form of relation, labeled by [Jacqueline C. ] Hitchon and [Jerzy O. ] Jura as archetypal allegory, is not with a supporting 'text' per se but instead with an allegory in which characters or events 'represent particular qualities or ideas related to morality, religion, or politics.

'" () 4. of function, collective intentionality, and constitutive rules" (CSR: 13). Moreover, among these three crucial elements of social reality, col-lective intentionality seems to play a protagonist role, for Searle also tells us that "the central span on the bridge from physics to society is collective intentionality.

Functional Ecology: View Details: Functional Structure and Approximation in Econometrics: View Details: Functional Structure Inference: View Details: Functionality, Intentionality and Morality: View Details: Fundamentals of HR analytics: View Details. Reviews 'This is a great book.

In it Mark Sainsbury provides a lucid and interesting discussion of the nature of fiction, the status of fictional objects, and fictionalism in general, offering an excellent overview of these subjects and giving a barrage. Intentionality. Pierre Jacob - - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

details. Intentionality is the power of minds to be about, to represent, or to stand for, things, properties and states of affairs.

The puzzles of intentionality lie at the interface between the philosophy of. In recent years there has been considerable debate over whether all mental states are intentional; in particular, over whether all conscious mental states are intentional or entirely intentional.

This article uses the term intentionalism for the general thesis that the nature of a conscious mental state is determined by its intentionality.

Intentionality attribution, which is the crucial function of our theory of mind (ToM), is partly driven by moral cognition in nature and is thus the result of the appropriate application of the concept of intentionality.

In this case, the concept of intentionality can be regarded as being constituted by moral by: 1. Book, Authored. Swindler, Social Roles and Moral Law. Collective Intentionality IX. International Social Ontology Society. () Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress. University of Colorado. () The Gap as Status Function.

Collective Intentionality VII. () Autonomy and Accountability. International Conference on Persons. University of. Philosophers and legal scholars have long theorized about how intentionality serves as a critical input for morality and culpability, but the emerging field Cited by:   The conditions of moral agency delineated by Floridi in this book and elsewhere (see Floridi and Sanders, ) are insufficient, since moral agency also requires free choice and some capacity for moral deliberation and judgment.

Moreover, the distinction Floridi makes between moral accountability and moral responsibility needs further elaboration. Taking seriously the moral relevance of technological artifacts requires that ethical theory move beyond its classical assumption that morality necessarily is a solely human affair, because technologies lack consciousness, rationality, freedom, and : University of Chicago Press.