Presses Universitaires de France (2007)
This monograph provides a critical examination of autonomy in connection to moral knowledge. Drawing on Aristotle’s moral psychology, it is argued that moral judgments aim at knowledge; however, this does not undermine their action-guiding character.
|Keywords||moral judgment reasons for action moral motivation moral knowledge autonomy Aristotle meta-ethics|
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