Liberal morality

Synthese 72 (2):237 - 247 (1987)
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Abstract

Why is it that for many people questions of sexual behavior are the quintessential moral questions, while for others they are at the periphery of serious moral inquiry? Such a difference of opinion undoubtedly reflects substantive moral disagreement, but might also reflect different conceptions of what morality is about. Probably it reflects both sorts of differences, and both will receive attention in this article.

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Theodore M. Benditt
University of Pittsburgh (PhD)

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Morality and Importance.Neil Cooper - 1968 - Mind 77 (305):118-121.

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