The moral powers: a study of human nature

Hoboken, NJ, USA: Wiley-Blackwell (2020)
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In worlds that lack life, there is no value. For all that, there is no mystery about 'the existence of values in a world of facts'. The world does not consist of facts, rather true descriptions of the world consist of statements of fact. It is as much a fact concerning the world that there are things that are of value to living things, that human beings value things and possess valuable characteristics, perform valuable deeds, stand in valuable relationships to others, as it is a fact that there is life on earth.



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