An Amoral Manifesto Part I

Philosophy Now (80):30-33 (2010)
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Keywords amorality  moral nihilism  moral skepticism  moral anti-realism  moral abolitionism  moral eliminativism  moral error theory  moral fictionalism  atheism  amoralism
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