Moral theory and the moral life : against dissociation in philosophical accounts of morality
My central thesis is that philosophical accounts of morality are often insufficiently informed by the lived experience of the moral life. This results in distortions in their pictures of morality, distortions in philosophy’s sense of its role in moral reflection, and neglect of the connections between morality, moral experience and the rest of human life. I argue for this thesis in two stages. First, I examine aspects of philosophical accounts of morality in the light of the concept of...[Show more]
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