The corrigibility of moral judgements
I argue that if one allows that the question: 'Why should one be concerned about the interests of people other than oneself or the group of which one is a member?', is one that can properly be asked, then one must admit that the position of any particular selfish :person or any particular selfish group is rationally on all fours with any unselfish position. Chapter I I discuss the view that if E does to NE something that is contrary to NE’s interests, then E is rationally required to...[Show more]
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