July 21, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 136 Pages
ISBN 9780367512576 - CAT# K464984
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Ethics
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Originally published in 2003, this book examines moral relativism and the author discusses the main arguments for Appraiser Relativism and Agent Relativism. The final chapter of the book discusses the implication of some recent developments in metaethics and develops a theory of reasons for action based on the way in which an action can be good as an alternative to the desire-based, agent-centred account critiqued in the earlier chapters.
1. Appraiser Relativism and the Reliability of our Linguistic Intuitions 2. Agent Relativism and Reasons for Action 3. Reasons for Action and the Ways of Being Good