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So it is necessary to make another distinction: between moral and non-moral goods.
What is it to act on the basis of moral, as opposed to non-moral, considerations?
Swinburne referred to him as the most "absolutely non-moral of all serious writers on record."
This is analogous to presupposition failure in cases of non-moral assertions.
These moral features of the world are not reducible to any set of non-moral facts.
Therefore the truly amoral argument would reject morality for non-moral reasons.
They tend merely to simplify it to bare irresponsible non-moral individualism.
Harm itself is not a non-moral concept.
A non-moral good is something that is desirable for someone or other; despite the name to the contrary, it may include moral goods.
No moral question was involved; I was at this time as nearly, non-moral on that subject as a human creature can be.
He was big and blond and virile, and splendidly non-moral.
Special emphasis is placed on the fourfold nature of evil: physical, psychical, moral, and non-moral.
Furthermore, individuals discussing a morally-mandated issue were less likely to reach a consensus, compared to those discussing non-moral issues.
For example, one discovery is that induced disgust results in a more severe moral judgment, even concerning non-moral behaviors, such as choosing discussion topics.
The upshot of this argument is that normative or moral terms cannot be analytically reduced to "natural" or non-moral terms.
One of the main questions within the psychological study of morality is the issue of what qualitatively distinguishes moral attitudes from non-moral attitudes.
The claim that moral properties can supervene upon non-moral properties is, however, disputed by proponents of a more restricted use of the concept.
As Ms. Blum writes, "He shuddered at the empty silence of what he called 'the non-moral universe.' "
It is a voice from the crowd, from the underling, from the third-class carriage, from the ordinary, non-political, non-moral, passive man.
Thus, X (i.e. some non-moral property) might well be analytically equivalent to the good, and still the question of "Is X good?"
In chapters 78-95 divine providence is then discussed with special reference to the existence of evil in its fourfold nature, physical and psychical, moral and non-moral.
The Darwall-Gibbard-Railton reformulation argues for the impossibility of equating a moral property with a non-moral one using the internalist theory of motivation.
In a non-moral sense Heidegger contrasts "the authentic self" (my owned self) with "the they self" ("my un-owned self").
Amongst them, there are those who hold that moral knowledge is gained inferentially on the basis of some sort of non-moral epistemic process, as opposed to ethical intuitionism.
This is related to game theoretical considerations: in the famous Prisoner's Dilemma, 'moral' agents who cooperate will be more successful than 'non-moral' agents who do not cooperate.
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