The Origin of Our Knowledge of Right and Wrong [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 18:294-297 (1969)
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Abstract

A ‘philosophy’ entirely incapable of being talked about is impossible, certainly unthinkable. Yet most philosophies contain one or more dark points about which all discussion is suspended.

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