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Responses to the Arguments Now obviously the inconsistency in the first argument can be avoided if one denies either PC or PD.
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There is, of course, another way to avoid these inconsistencies: It is fair to say that much of the debate concerning moral dilemmas in the last sixty years has been about how to avoid the inconsistencies generated by the two arguments above.
Opponents of moral dilemmas have generally held that the crucial principles in the two arguments above are conceptually true, and therefore we must deny the possibility of genuine dilemmas. See, for example, Conee and Zimmerman Most of the debate, from all sides, has focused on the second argument.
There is an oddity about this, however. When one examines the pertinent principles in each argument which, in combination with dilemmas, generates an inconsistency, there is little doubt that those in the first argument have a greater claim to being conceptually true than those in the second.
One who recognizes the salience of the first argument is Brinksection V. But notice that the first argument shows that if there are genuine dilemmas, then either PC or PD must be relinquished.
Even most supporters of dilemmas acknowledge that PC is quite basic. Lemmon, for example, notes that if PC does not hold in a system of deontic logic, then all that remains are truisms and paradoxes Lemmonp.
There has been much debate about PD—in particular, questions generated by the Good Samaritan paradox—but still it seems basic. So those who want to argue against dilemmas purely on conceptual grounds are better off focusing on the first of the two arguments above.
But foes of dilemmas need not say this. Even if they believe that a conceptual argument against dilemmas can be made by appealing to PC and PD, they have several options regarding the second argument.
Defenders of dilemmas need not deny all of the pertinent principles. If one thinks that each of the principles at least has some initial plausibility, then one will be inclined to retain as many as possible. A common response to the first argument is to deny PD.
A more complicated response is to grant that the crucial deontic principles hold, but only in ideal worlds. In the real world, they have heuristic value, bidding agents in conflict cases to look for permissible options, though none may exist Holboespecially sections 15— Friends and foes of dilemmas have a burden to bear in responding to the two arguments above.
For there is at least a prima facie plausibility to the claim that there are moral dilemmas and to the claim that the relevant principles in the two arguments are true. Thus each side must at least give reasons for denying the pertinent claims in question.
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