What would be needed, then, to provide that backing would be the claim that what distinguishes narrow morality is that only its claims are explicable in contractualist terms--so that the scope of narrow morality would not, after all, be characterisable
independently of contractualism itself.
For Waldron (1993: 358), a public good is "something which is said to be valuable for human society without its value being adequately characterisable
in terms of its worth to any or all of the members of the society considered one by one.
A correct focus will provide a clear image -- a market map with identifiable and- characterisable
What matters to my problematisation of the Western civic-academic attitudes to violence (see Mimica 2001) as intrinsic to human sociality, is the fact that this action for the Yagwoia is not characterisable
as an inhumanity.
In this work, we have been less interested in duplicating natural weathering conditions, and have focused instead on the generation of characterisable
degradation depth profiles in thin films which can be rapidly generated by known processes and generally (although not precisely) reproduced.