Why there might be a moral faculty: A reply to Johnson

Philosophical Psychology (4):1-8 (2013)
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Is there a cognitive faculty dedicated to the moral domain? Mark Johnson has developed a number of arguments against the existence of such a faculty. I claim that these arguments are not persuasive and that there may be a moral faculty



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