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I certainly do not claim for my part there is no moral sense, but only that this factor can explain moral and generally normative feelings to a very limited extent. Wilson leaves us disappointed, it seems to me, in the sense that his theory is far from being general: a lot of evidence about moral feelings cannot be explained. For example, some redistribution policies produce the impression in the minds of social actors that they are fair, others that they are not. Now, the evaluations we bring to bear on social policies can evidently not be analyzed as a mere effect of human nature, even though they can be influenced by a sense of fairness.
This positivist argument can be found in Pareto's work and in many others'. VALUES IN A POLYTHEISTIC WORLD 27 - To behaviorists in the style of Skinner, moral feelings are produced by social conditioning. - To sociologists belonging to the Durkheimian tradition, values and norms are cultural features which tend to be perceived as good by social actors because they have been socialized to them. — To anthropologists, values are features developed by singular cultures. To the members of a culture they appear as objectively grounded.
If the feeling that "democracy is a good thing" were not objectively grounded, one would not observe a general consensus on the subject in democratic societies. One would not understand that against the principles—basic in international relations—which require respect for the sovereignty of foreign states, pressures on foreign governments which aim to begin or develop democracy are generally well understood and approved by public opinion. How could these collective feelings be otherwise explained?
The Annals of The International Institute os Sociology: Societies, Corporations and the Nation State (International Institute of Sociology) (International Institute of Sociology) by E. K. Scheuch, D. Sciulli