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  1. Ted Honderich (ed.) (1985). Morality and Objectivity: A Tribute to J.L. Mackie. Routledge & Kegan Paul.
    The late J. L. Mackie and his work were a focus for much of the best philosophical thinking in the Oxford tradition. His moral thought centres on that most fundamental issue in moral philosophy – the issue of whether our moral judgements are in some way objective. The contributors to this volume, first published in 1985, are among the most distinguished figures in moral philosophy, and their essays in tribute to John Mackie present views at the forefront of the subject. (...)
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    Moral Judgment
     Amoralists
     Moral Cognitivism
     Moral Emotivism and Sentimentalism
     Moral Expressivism
     Internalism and Externalism about Moral Judgment
     Moral Noncognitivism
     Moral Judgment, Misc
    Moral Naturalism and Non-Naturalism
     Moral Naturalism
     Moral Nonnaturalism
     Moral Supervenience
     The Naturalistic Fallacy
     The Open Question Argument
     The Is/Ought Gap
     Moral Naturalism and Non-Naturalism, Misc
    Moral Realism and Irrealism
     Moral Realism
     Moral Irrealism
     Moral Realism and Irrealism, Miscellaneous
    Moral Epistemology
     Moral Coherentism
     Moral Intuitionism
     Moral Disagreement
     Moral Justification
     Moral Rationalism
     Moral Skepticism
     Moral Uncertainty
     Reflective Equilibrium
     Moral Epistemology, Misc
    Moral Language
     Moral Expressivism
     Moral Prescriptivism
     Moral Semantics
     Moral Language, Misc
    Moral Normativity
     Ought Implies Can
     Moral Normativity, Misc
     Moral Norms
     Values and Norms
    Moral Principles
     Moral Generalism
     Categorical and Hypothetical Imperatives
     Moral Generalizations
     Moral Particularism
     Moral Principles, Misc
     Moral Universalizability
    Moral Reasoning and Motivation
     Internalism and Externalism about Moral Judgment
     Internalism and Externalism about Reasons
     Moral Judgment
     Moral Concepts
     Moral Motivation
     Moral Rationality
     Moral Reasons
     Moral Reasoning and Motivation, Misc
    Moral Responsibility
     Control and Responsibility
     Doing and Allowing
     Free Will and Responsibility
     Moral Responsibility, Misc
     Responsibility and Reactive Attitudes
     Collective Responsibility
     Psychopathology and Responsibility
     Responsibility in Applied Ethics
    Moral Value
     Theories of Moral Value
     Varieties of Moral Value
     Topics in Moral Value
     Moral Value, Misc
    Practical Reason
     Moral Psychology
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  2. Colin M. MacLeod (1998). Questions of Judgement: Determining What's Right F. H. Low-Beer Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 1995, 217 Pp. [REVIEW] Dialogue 37 (02):424-.
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     Moral Noncognitivism
     Moral Judgment, Misc
    Moral Naturalism and Non-Naturalism
     Moral Naturalism
     Moral Nonnaturalism
     Moral Supervenience
     The Naturalistic Fallacy
     The Open Question Argument
     The Is/Ought Gap
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    Moral Realism and Irrealism
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    Moral Epistemology
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     Moral Disagreement
     Moral Justification
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     Moral Uncertainty
     Reflective Equilibrium
     Moral Epistemology, Misc
    Moral Language
     Moral Expressivism
     Moral Prescriptivism
     Moral Semantics
     Moral Language, Misc
    Moral Normativity
     Ought Implies Can
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     Internalism and Externalism about Moral Judgment
     Internalism and Externalism about Reasons
     Moral Judgment
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     Moral Reasons
     Moral Reasoning and Motivation, Misc
    Moral Responsibility
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  3. Christine Tappolet (forthcoming). Values and Emotions. In Iwao Hirose & Jonas Olson (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Value Theory.
    Evaluative concepts and emotions appear closely connected. According to a prominent account, this relation can be expressed by propositions of the form ‘something is admirable if and only if feeling admiration is appropriate in response to it’. The first section discusses various interpretations of such ‘Value-Emotion Equivalences’, for example the Fitting Attitude Analysis, and it offers a plausible way to read them. The main virtue of the proposed way to read them is that it is well-supported by a promising account (...)
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     Moral Expressivism
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     Moral Noncognitivism
     Moral Judgment, Misc
    Moral Naturalism and Non-Naturalism
     Moral Naturalism
     Moral Nonnaturalism
     Moral Supervenience
     The Naturalistic Fallacy
     The Open Question Argument
     The Is/Ought Gap
     Moral Naturalism and Non-Naturalism, Misc
    Moral Realism and Irrealism
     Moral Realism
     Moral Irrealism
     Moral Realism and Irrealism, Miscellaneous
    Moral Epistemology
     Moral Coherentism
     Moral Intuitionism
     Moral Disagreement
     Moral Justification
     Moral Rationalism
     Moral Skepticism
     Moral Uncertainty
     Reflective Equilibrium
     Moral Epistemology, Misc
    Moral Language
     Moral Expressivism
     Moral Prescriptivism
     Moral Semantics
     Moral Language, Misc
    Moral Normativity
     Ought Implies Can
     Moral Normativity, Misc
     Moral Norms
     Values and Norms
    Moral Principles
     Moral Generalism
     Categorical and Hypothetical Imperatives
     Moral Generalizations
     Moral Particularism
     Moral Principles, Misc
     Moral Universalizability
    Moral Reasoning and Motivation
     Internalism and Externalism about Moral Judgment
     Internalism and Externalism about Reasons
     Moral Judgment
     Moral Concepts
     Moral Motivation
     Moral Rationality
     Moral Reasons
     Moral Reasoning and Motivation, Misc
    Moral Responsibility
     Control and Responsibility
     Doing and Allowing
     Free Will and Responsibility
     Moral Responsibility, Misc
     Responsibility and Reactive Attitudes
     Collective Responsibility
     Psychopathology and Responsibility
     Responsibility in Applied Ethics
    Moral Value
     Theories of Moral Value
     Varieties of Moral Value
     Topics in Moral Value
     Moral Value, Misc
    Practical Reason
     Moral Psychology
     Moral Reasoning and Motivation
     Practical Reason, Misc
     Reasons
    Meta-Ethics, Miscellaneous
     Meta-Ethics, General Works
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