Category Archives: Moral Epistemology

Morality and Evolutionary Biology

A recent article in The Economist—sporting the provocative subtitle “Biology Invades a Field Philosophers Thought was Safely Theirs”—begins with the following rumination: Whence morality? That is a question which has troubled philosophers since their subject was invented. Two and a … Continue reading

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Moral Epistemology

How is moral knowledge possible? This question is central in moral epistemology and marks a cluster of problems. The most important are the following. This entry has addressed six major clusters of problems that threaten the possibility of moral knowledge. … Continue reading

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