Kenneth R. Westphal presents an original interpretation of Hume''s and Kant''s moral philosophies, the differences between which are prominent in current philosophical accounts. Westphal argues that focussing on these differences, however, occludes a decisive, shared achievement: a distinctive constructivist account of the basic principles of justice which justifies their strict objectivity without invoking moral realism nor moral anti- or irrealism. Westphal explores how Hume developed a..
|Автор на обложке||Simon Kirchin||Издательство||Oxford University Press|
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