Intuition, Theory, and Anti-Theory in Ethics

Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press (2015)
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Abstract

What form, or forms, might ethical knowledge take? In particular, can ethical knowledge take the form either of moral theory, or of moral intuition? If it can, should it? A team of experts explore these central questions for ethics, and present a diverse range of perspectives on the discussion.

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