Ethical Intuitionism II

Philosophy 46 (175):1 - 11 (1971)
South . So we have agreed to bury intuitionism. Well, I dare say it is right. But we ought to bury some of the grave-diggers too. Some of the things that Ross said are no doubt wrong, or at least misleading: but they are a lot less wrong than most of the things said since the war
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