Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 88:243-58 (1988)
My topic is the debate in moral psychology between the rationalist and the anti-rationalist over the proper relation between reason and desire. My aim is not to adjudicate this debate, but rather to clarify what is at stake, for, it seems to me, both parties are prone to misconceive the issues that divide them
|Keywords||Axiology Desire Practical Reason Rationality Scepticism Nagel, T|
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