The Nature of Normativity: Reply to Holton, Railton, and Lenman [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies 151 (3):479-491 (2010)
Abstract
In this article, I reply to the comments that Richard Holton, Peter Railton, and James Lenman have made on my 2007 book "The Nature of Normativity".
Keywords Meta-ethics  Moral semantics  Moral epistemology  Moral realism
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