Defending moral particularism
This thesis is a defense of extreme moral particularism, the view that morality cannot be codified in principle into necessarily true natural-moral moral principles, be they of the absolute kind or the pro tanto kind. My defense of it is negative rather than positive in the sense that instead of producing any positive evidence for my claim, I argue that two prominent arguments, the supervenience argument and the argument from the atomism of reason, that have been proposed by its opponents, the...[Show more]
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