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Joel Marks
University of New Haven
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Reason and Ethics defends the theoretical claim that all values are subjective and the practical claim that human affairs can be conducted fruitfully in full awareness of this. This work goes beyond the author's previous work defending moral skepticism to question the existence of all objective values. This leads him to suggest a novel answer to the Companions in Guilt argument that the denial of morality would mean relinquishing rationality as well.
Keywords practical reasoning, moral nihilism, moral abolitionism
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