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《Journal of Beijing Normal University(Social Sciences)》 2011-03
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What Is Identity Action? A Development Analysis of Normative Philosophy

WANG Qiang(Department of Philosophy,Shanghai Institute of the Party,Shanghai 200233,China)  
"Identity" in normative ethics means the action to reason(Parfit).However,this has not been able to achieve a unification of moral action motive with the advocacy of moral reason.Virtue ethics therefore points out the disharmonious fact between "moral theory and good life".This essay makes a development analysis of identity action to resolve this internal problem against the framework of normative ethics centered on "agent".It specifies that identity should be the action led up to the moral intention of the agent and "action" stands for the ethical reality of the "personal identity" of the agent.Accor-dingly,the distinction between positive and negative identity action points to the change of basis in the moral philosophy concerning the feasibility form of ethical identity in the modern world.Therefore,the identity action of the agent is conceived in the structure of normative ethics,a suggestion that can expand the research space of the "normativeness" of ethics and hence rectify the confusion between the traditional world and modernity of virtual ethics.
【Fund】: 教育部人文社会科学基金青年项目“现代伦理‘本真性’思想的道德哲学研究”(10YJC720064)
【CateGory Index】: B82-02
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