Ethics and the Autonomy of Philosophy
Ethics and the Autonomy of Philosophy0 0 5 Scritto da: Bernard James Walker
Second, Walker ventures into the streets and engages the man/woman on the streets approach to ethics and ethical decision-making. He points out the shortcomings of the ubiquitous views of the man/woman on the streets, viz., cultural relativism, skepticism, and the attitude that ethics is merely a matter of personal choice.
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