Explaining moral variety

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Political Science
Creator Kukathas, Chandran
Title Explaining moral variety
Date 1994
Description Reflection on the variety of forms of social life has long been a source of moral skepticism. The thought that there are many radically different social systems, each of which colors the way its members think about moral and political questions, has been thought by many moral philosophers to undermine confidence in our belief that our way of looking at -- or even posing -- these questions is the correct one.2
Type Text
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Volume 11
Issue 1
First Page 1
Last Page 21
Subject Standards; Cultural; Criticism
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Kukathas, C. (1994). Explaining moral variety. Social Philosophy; and Policy, 11,(1), 1-21.
Rights Management (c) Cambridge University Press
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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