عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
In this paper, following an analytical-critical method, I will try to give an analysis of Sidgwick’s ethical intuitionism. I will focus on his critical analysis of Common Sense Morality, which he has called “Dogmatic Intuitionism”, and state the moral principles which he has regarded as self-evident and absolutely valid ones. Then, through some critical reflections upon Sidgwick’s moral principles, I will try to answer to the question whether his principles are in fact self-evident and absolutely valid ones or not. I make some points to show that Sidgwick has wrongly assumed them as self-evident and absolutely valid principles.