Location

Room 3

Document Type

Paper

Keywords

deep disagreement, conceptual framework, framework principles, Fogelin, rational resolution, resolution strategies, underlying principles

Start Date

4-6-2020 2:00 PM

End Date

4-6-2020 3:00 PM

Abstract

A deep disagreement is the result of clashing systems of underlying principles. Debate surrounding the possibility of the resolution of deep disagreements is ongoing. I elucidate the notion of deep disagreements by assuming their resolution is not precluded. I consider five disagreement resolution strategies offered by Steven Hales. Though I conclude that these strategies are not viable for resolving a deep disagreement, my examination allows me to identify certain key marks of an adequate solution

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Deep Disagreements and Some Resolution Strategies that Simply Won't Do

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A deep disagreement is the result of clashing systems of underlying principles. Debate surrounding the possibility of the resolution of deep disagreements is ongoing. I elucidate the notion of deep disagreements by assuming their resolution is not precluded. I consider five disagreement resolution strategies offered by Steven Hales. Though I conclude that these strategies are not viable for resolving a deep disagreement, my examination allows me to identify certain key marks of an adequate solution