Meta-ethical pluralism: A cautionary tale about cohesive moral communities

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38 (2015)
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Meta-ethical pluralism gives us additional insight into how moral communities become cohesive and why this can be problematic – and in this way provides support for the worries raised by the target article. At the same time, it offers several reasons to be concerned about the proposed initiative, the most important of which is that it could seriously backfire.



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