Review: Moral Luck [Book Review]

Philosophical Quarterly 33 (132):288 - 296 (1983)
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This work contains essays about moral philosophy and the theory of rational choice. themes include moral and philosophical limitations of utilitarianism, notions of integrity, relativism, and problems of moral conflict and rational choice. other concepts discussed are idealism, ought, moral obligation, internal and external reasons, justice, character, self-indulgence, practical necessity and pascal's wager

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