Toni Rønnow-RasmussenProfessorKnown as name: Toni Rønnow-Rasmussen
In recent years my research has mainly concerned the nature of reasons, the distinction between good, simpliciter and good-for, personal values, and the particular pattern of value analysis known as fitting attitude analysis. Currently I am working on a new metaethical theory (On-Conditionalism). Presented "How to locate value in Moral progress" (Amsterdam); Good and Good-for-and the logical Consequence argument" (Aarhus, Geneve). Some other recent work: * "Locating Value in Moral Progress", Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.
* “Value Taxonomy”, invited chapter for Handbook of Value, eds. J. Deonna, T. Brosch and D. Sander to appear at Oxford University Press. (forthcoming 2015/16), co-author: W. Rabinowicz
* “Intrinsic and Extrinsic Value” invited paper for The Oxford Handbook of Value Theory OUP (2015), eds by I. Hirose and J. Olson.
* “Review of Julien A. Deonna, Raffaele Rodogno and Fabrice Teroni, In Defense of Shame: The Faces of an Emotion, in Dialectica 2014,
* “Motivation and Motivating Reason” (2013) in Svennerlind, Almäng, Ingthorsson (Eds.) Johanssonian Investigations, Ontos Verlag.
* “Good and Good For” (2013) in H. LaFollette (ed), International Encyclopedia of Ethics, Blackwell.
* “Fitting-attitude analyses: The Dual-Reason Analysis Revisited” Acta Analytica, 2012.
* "A Critical Précis of Mark Schroeder’s ‘The Ubiquity of State-Given Reasons’”, ETHICS/PEA Soup, 2012; co-author W.Rabinowicz.
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