著者
木宮 正裕
出版者
日本イギリス哲学会
雑誌
イギリス哲学研究 (ISSN:03877450)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.37, pp.45-60, 2014-03-20 (Released:2018-03-30)
参考文献数
30

Adam Smithʼs concept of fellow-feeling can be divided into two types: sensibility for others and affective feeling with others. This paper focuses on the former and explores its characteristics. Fellow-feeling as sensibility for others is not only the kind of beneficence that is part of humanity but also the sense of what is owed to fellow-creatures. For Smith, this is the basis of public welfare. Although Smith thinks this sensibility is a universal feeling in principle, it could be felt strongly among those who share common sensibilities and inclinations, namely, by his definition, countrymen. This implies that Smithʼs concept of justice, which depends on countrymenʼs fellow-feeling, could be practically formed and maintained in each country.

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@GeneralEaster_D どういった種類の正義かは、僕としてはアダム・スミスが、いまのところ一番しっくり来ます。一般的な同胞感情から、国を運営しようという考えのようです。 https://t.co/DhBHLZDSUN (ざっとしか読んでないですが、PDFの論文です)

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