Competence, reflective equilibrium, and dual-system theories

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 34 (05):251–252 (2011)
Abstract
A critique of inferences from 'is' to 'ought' plays a central role in Elqayam and Evans' defense of descriptivism. However, the reflective equilibrium strategy described by Goodman and embraced by Rawls, Cohen and many others poses an important challenge to that critique. Dual system theories may help respond to that challenge.
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