Biology and Philosophy 16 (5):723-31 (2001)

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In a recent article, William F. Harms (2000) argues in a novel way for a form of moral realism. He does not actually argue that moral realism is true, but rather that if morality is the product of natural selection
Keywords Evolution  Realism  Science  Teleosemantics  Harms, W
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