And Japan is just asking to be disrupted, says Mr Stocker.
As for the stories themselves, Stocker also swears by the power of relatability.
According to Stocker these comparisons are not quantitative, they are evaluative:
We also thank Brandi Maher for her assistance in data entry, and Michelle Stocker for helpful feedback on the manuscript.
Stocker argues that there are (at least) two sorts of value conflict that require plural values.
Available seasonal gigs include working as a cashier, a lawn or garden associate, a stocker, or a loader.
“That would be America's way of playing to its own strengths,” says Jeremy Stocker, a British missile-watcher.
Anil Stocker, a co-founder, says that £14m has passed through MarketInvoice's platform, £6m of it in the past two months.
In contrast, Michael Stocker denies that value incommensurability is required for a coherent account of akrasia (1990, 214-240).
Paul Stocker of Topline, a shoe exporter with dozens of contract plants in coastal China, says there is no easy alternative to China.
Stocker claims that goodness is just the highest level synthesizing category, and that lower goods are constitutive means to the good.
As Thomas Stocker, the co-chair of the report depressingly put it: “we are committed to climate change…for many centuries even if emissions of CO2 stop.”
Anil Stocker, an ex-Lehman banker and one of the firm’s founders, says his big problem is controlling growth, so as to maintain the quality of the invoices.
In any case, many philosophers argue for some form of value pluralism (Berlin 1969, Finnis 1981, Nagel 1979, Raz 1986, Stocker 1990, Taylor 1982, Williams 1981).
In this connection, we are also indebted to Scott Stocker, Zach Chandler, Lisa Lapin, and John Etchemendy, for playing a role and helping to facilitate this initiative.
Given these historical roots, some authors reserve the term “incommensurable” for comparisons that can be made, but not cardinally (Stocker 1980, 176; Stocker 1997, 203) or not precisely (Chang 1997b, 2).
Such moral schizophrenia, Stocker argues, prevents us in general from harmonizing our moral reasons and our motives, and it does so in a way that destroys the very possibility of our having and sustaining friendships with others.
Tajahnae Stocker, one of the W.S.U. students who helped organize the rally, told the Eagle, “The Koch brothers have had a huge influence for way too long, and now is about time to start supporting us instead of supporting a check to the university.”
Stocker is aware of the worry that appeal to something in terms of which comparisons can be made reduces the view to monism: Stocker insists that the synthesizing category (such as a good life) is not a unitary value—it is at most ‘nominal monism’ in my terminology.
Writers do not always make the distinction between foundational and other forms of pluralism, but as well as Thomson and Ross, at least Bernard Williams (1981), Charles Taylor (1982), Charles Larmore (1987), John Kekes (1993), Michael Stocker (1990 and 1997), David Wiggins (1997) and Christine Swanton (2001) are all committed to foundational pluralism.
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