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    Introduction: New Perspectives on Justice and Equality.Colin MacLeod - 2010 - Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume 36:vii-xviii.
  2. The wrong answer to an improper question?David Copp - 2010 - Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume 33:pp. 97-130.
    A philosopher who asks “Why be moral?” is asking a theoretical question about the force of moral reasons or about the normative status of morality. Two questions need to be distinguished. First, assuming that there is a morally preferred way to live or to be, is there any (further) reason to be this way or to act this way? Second, if moral considerations are a source of reasons, why is this, and what is the significance of these reasons? This question (...)
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