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Morality: Fact or Fiction?


Alarmed by the growing intransigence of public moral discussion, I undertook to describe in Moral Fictionalism what moral practice would become if such intransigence became entrenched in the norms governing public moral discourse. Moral Fictionalism, then, is a dystopian metaphysics, a metaphysical parable about the debilitating effects of moral intransigence. It is an account of what moral practice would become if we lack sufficient respect to try to understand one another. Public lecture for non-philosophers

Kalderon, Mark (2007) Morality: Fact or Fiction? In: [public lecture].


Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Subjects:Philosophy
Keywords:Morality, Fictionalism
Divisions:Institute of Philosophy
Collections:London Philosophy Papers
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Date Deposited:08 Oct 2010 12:03
Last Modified:14 Jan 2011 15:45
ItemID:611
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