Using has is correct. However, a year into their marriage she died fulfilling what she saw as her duty — bearing him a child. This I find will result in best moral decisions possible. You cannot mix them, but often the word either is omitted. Be careful not to use a double negative. I could neither laugh nor cry.
I personally cannot say that when reading these examples I think the theory is correct in its ideas on how to be moral because naturally I do not feel right about the action as I am sure any sane person would.
Fitzwilliam Darcy was four and twenty when he married Anne de Bourgh. Reason as the only source for ethical judgments in many ways can be a rather heartless idea of moral values.
I personally do not think reason alone can be considered an adequate enough moral principle in our ethical judgments for these reasons. When evaluating this example it is quite obvious that had that person not been our mother, had we not loved the person we would not feel the need so strongly to intervene.
Sometimes more of our reason must be used to make a decision however our emotions are always in the very least considered and vice versa. Neither is paired with nor and either is paired with or. We can feel, sympathize, be compassionate.
This is not to say we must equally use both. As a result he gets angry. Take the example in which a couple just broke up. The clerk or the secretary has the keys to the Rover.
Darcy was previously married to Anne. How can it be considered right to allow our mother to be killed when there can be something to do? Life with Anne was comfortable, if not joyous. I am sure even if Kant were to be in this situation he too would let his emotions get the better of him.
Neither the forwards nor the scrumhalf, all of whom were within 10 metres of the tackle, nor the crowd appealed for a foul.
With reason his anger would be in check; controlled. We know that action is wrong because we empathize and sympathize with the person and as a result associate a negative emotion with that action.
We feel this anger because we sense the action is not good. In this case, the positive sentiment is probably what the speaker wanted to convey. It could mean She is attractive or She is not ugly.
His duty was, after all, already fulfilled. Now if we were to consider in this example that the person threatening our mother was the president of the country.Aug 30, · I’ve seen other stories in which Mr. Darcy was previously married to Anne. To be honest, I’ve avoided them, because the thought of either Mr.
Darcy or Elizabeth (but especially Darcy, for some odd, hypocritical reason) involved in previous relationships made me feel queasy, much as if I were imagining my own beloved.
Neither duty, nor honour, nor gratitude," replied Elizabeth, "have any possible claim on me, in the present instance. No principle of either would be. A tricky agreement problem: Neither-nor. Posted January 10, by Pam Nelson & filed under Grammar, Stylebooks, subject-verb agreement, Usage.
I encountered this sentence in a news story today: Neither Prince nor Malloy were wearing seatbelts, according to the accident report. Neither Duty nor the Benefit of the Majority Are Adequate Principles for a Moral Theory Because They Undervalue the Role of Personal Sentiments and Emotions.
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Treasury. Jun 24, · Edit Article How to Use nor. Three Methods: Use "Nor" with "Neither" Use "Nor" without "Neither" Additional Grammar Rules Community Q&A The word "nor" is a negative conjunction. Typically, you'd use "nor" in a pair with the word "neither," but there are also a few other ways to use it%(1).Download