Moral Relativism and Reasons for Action

Routledge (2003)
This book provides a sophisticated analysis of various types of moral relativism, showing how arguments both for and against them fail to account for the basic intuitions such theories were inteded to address. Streiffer then constructs a compelling alternative model of reasons for acting which avoids the pitfalls of theories earlier discussed.
Keywords Ethical relativism
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Call number BJ1500.R37.S77 2003
ISBN(s) 041593852X   9780415938525  
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