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Kevin DeLapp
Converse College
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This essay attempts to recover the ancient Egyptian category of "maat" as a valuable resource for contemporary metaethics and particular attention is given to its affinity with versions of modern non-cognitivism.
Keywords Maat  Ancient Egypt  Non-Cognitivism  Quasi-Realism
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