The definition of moral dilemmas: A logical confusion and a clarification [Book Review]

Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 5 (4):485-491 (2002)
This discussion note deals with Jurriaan de Haan's paper The Definition of Moral Dilemmas: A Logical Problem (Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 4(3), 2001, pp. 267–284). In the first, critical part I will point out a confusion in the logical analysis of the paper in question. In the second, constructive part I will indicate how the analysis of moral dilemmas should proceed within the framework of a possible world semantics.
Keywords deontic logic  moral dilemma  ought implies can
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