Ratio 20 (3):249-263 (2007)

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David Alm
Lund University
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This paper argues that to any agent‐relative value maker there will correspond an agent‐neutral value maker, and the latter explains the former; and that to each agent‐relative constitutive ground there corresponds a neutral one, and the latter explains the former. It follows from, if not from, that agent‐neutral value exists if agent‐relative value does.
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DOI 10.1111/rati.2007.20.issue-3
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