Ethics at the Crossroads: Replies to Koopman, Livingston, and Slater

Contemporary Pragmatism 19 (1):68-80 (2022)
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In this article I address a number of issues raised by Colin Koopman, Alex Livingston, and Michael Slater to my reading of James’s ethics as defended in my 2015 book having to do with, in turn, the relationship between ethics and politics, ethics and psychological types, and ethics and religion. In accounting for these charges, I vindicate and further qualify my interpretation of James as a moral therapist.

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