Objectivity and moral judgements
H.D. Aiken has written a paper called 'The Concept of Moral Objectivity. As the title suggests, it seems to be written on the understanding that there is only one such concept, waiting to be clarified by the first man who can give it accurate expression. But one cannot expect any single answer to the question whether moral judgments are objective; their objectivity has been affirmed and denied in a variety of related and unrelated senses. I want to illustrate this variety by outlining some...[Show more]
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