In Nils Rauhut & Robert Bass (eds.), Readings on the Ultimate Questions - Third Edition. Pearson (2010)

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Robert Bass
University of North Carolina at Pembroke
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An explanation and defense of the use of reflective equilibrium in ethics.
Keywords Reflective Equilibrium  Moral Skepticism  Moral Epistemology
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