The argument for internalism: Reply to Miller

Analysis 56 (3):175–184 (1996)
Alexander Miller objects to the argument for moral judgement internalism that I provide in _The Moral Problem. Miller's objection suggests a misunderstanding of the argument. In this reply I take the opportunity to restate the argument in slightly different terms, and to explain why Miller's objection betrays a misunderstanding
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DOI 10.1111/j.0003-2638.1996.00175.x
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