Graduate studies at Western
Ethical Perspectives 6 (3):268-276 (1999)
|Abstract||Williams's comments raise the questions I'll here address: what sort of wes are there?, what goes with the 'we of science and logic'?, and what goes with the 'parochial us'? The quotations from Williams suggest that there are two wes, the contrastive and inclusive we.|
|Keywords||we forms of life first encounters|
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