Canadian Journal of Philosophy 37 (3):329-349 (2007)
|Abstract||Just about any proponent of a rule-based theory of morality must eventually confront the question of how to resolve conﬂ icts among the rules that the theory endorses. Is there a priority rule specifying which rules must yield to which, as in Rawls’s lexical ordering of the ﬁ rst principle of his theory of justice over the second?3 Must the agent intuitively bal-|
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