Wiley-Blackwell (2002)

Jonathan A. Jacobs
CUNY Graduate Center
A study of fundamental issues in metaethics and in moral psychology, surveying important approaches with an emphasis on the disputed status of moral value and the roles of cognition and sensibility. Coverage of the issues includes discussion of significant thinkers from antiquity to the present.
Keywords realism  antirealism  naturalism  objectivity  moral luck
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Call number BJ1012.J295 2002
ISBN(s) 9780470704936   9780470776971   9780631229636   9780631229643   0631229639   0631229647
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