Moral conflict and moral realism

Journal of Philosophy 82 (3):113-117 (1985)
There are genuine moral conflicts. sometimes by doing what we ought to do we do what we ought not to do. "pace" bernard williams the existence of such conflicts is compatible with the truth of moral realism. we realize this when we understand that ascriptions of rightness, wrongness, and obligatoriness are "de re" rather than "de dicto"
Keywords Analytic Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy
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DOI 10.2307/2026350
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