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A substantial collection of seminal articles, Foundations of Ethics covers all of the major issues in metaethics. Covers all of the major issues in metaethics including moral metaphysics, epistemology, moral psychology, and philosophy of language. Provides an unparalleled offering of primary sources and expert commentary for students of ethical theory. Includes seminal essays by ethicists such as G.E. Moore, Simon Blackburn, Gilbert Harman, Christine Korsgaard, Michael Smith, Bernard Williams, Jonathan Dancy, and many other leading figures of ethical theory.

Foundations of Ethics presents the reader with a collection of seminal articles covering the complex components of metaethics, which seek to provide a philosophical account of the standards of morality. Broken into two parts, this text first devotes itself to investigating ontological views, following up with discussions on other related topics. Raising questions about the validity of moral judgment, the difference between ethics and natural science, and the practicality of ethics, this volume provides an extensive selection of primary sources and expert commentary for students of ethical theory.


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ISBN-101405129514
ISBN-139781405129510

Key Details
Number Of Pages520 pages
SeriesBlackwell Philosophy Anthologies Ser.
FormatHardcover
Publication Date2006-10-02
LanguageEnglish
PublisherWiley & Sons, Incorporated, John

Additional Details
Edition Number3
Copyright Date2006
IllustratedYes

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Weight36.5 Oz
Height1.4 In.
Width7.1 In.
Length10 In.

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GroupScholarly & Professional

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LCCN2006-007481
LC Classification NumberBJ1012.F638 2007
Dewey Decimal170
Dewey Edition22

Contributors
Edited byRussell Shafer-Landau, Terence Cuneo

Table Of Content
Table Of ContentAcknowledgments.General Introduction. .Part I: Moral Ontology.Moral Error Theories. .Introduction.1. The Subjectivity of Values (John Mackie).2. The Myth of Morality (Richard Joyce).Expressivism. .Introduction.3. A Critique of Ethics (A. J. Ayer).4. How to be an Ethical Anti-Realist (Simon Blackburn).5. Nondescriptivist Cognitivism: Framework for a New Metaethic (Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons).6. The Reasons of a Living Being (Allan Gibbard).Constructivism. .Introduction.7. Moral Relativism Defended (Gilbert Harman).8. The Authority of Reflection (Christine Korsgaard).9. Ethical Absolutism and the Ideal Observer (Roderick Firth).10. Contractarian Constructivism (Ronald Milo).Sensibility Theories. .Introduction.11. Values and Secondary Qualities (John McDowell).12. A Sensible Subjectivism (David Wiggins).Moral Realism. .Introduction.13. How To Be a Moral Realist (Richard Boyd).14. Moral Realism (Peter Railton).15. The Authority of Reason (Jean Hampton).16. Ethics as Philosophy: A Defense of Ethical Nonnaturalism (Russ Shafer-Landau).Part II: Problems in Metaethics.Moral Motivation. .Introduction.17. The Externalist Challenge (Michael Smith).18. Externalist Moral Motivation (Nick Zangwill).19. Virtue as Knowledge: Objections from the Philosophy of Mind (Margaret Olivia Little).20. Acting for a Good Reason (Jonathan Dancy).Moral Reasons.Introduction.21. Morality as a System of Hypothetical Imperatives (Philippa Foot).22. Internal and External Reasons (Bernard Williams).23. Skepticism about Practical Reason (Christine Korsgaard).24. Moral Reasons (Russ Shafer-Landau).Moral Explanations. .Introduction.25. Ethics and Observation (Gilbert Harman).26. Moral Explanations (Nicholas L. Sturgeon).27. Moral Facts as Configuring Causes (Terence Cuneo).Moral Disagreement.Introduction.28. The Nature of Ethical Disagreement (Charles L. Stevenson).29. Moral Disagreement (David Brink).Moral Knowledge. .Introduction.30. Wide Reflective Equilibrium and Theory Acceptance in Ethics (Norman Daniels).31. Intuitionism, Pluralism and the Foundations of Ethics (Robert Audi).32. Seeing as Caring: The Role of Affect in Feminist Moral Epistemology (Margaret Olivia Little).Moral Supervenience. .Introduction.33. Supervenience Revisited (Simon Blackburn).34. The Supervenience of the Ethical on the Descriptive (Frank Jackson).Semantic Puzzles. .Introduction.35. The Subject-Matter of Ethics (G. E. Moore).36. Attitudes and Contents (Simon Blackburn).37. Expressivism and Embedding (Walter Sinnott-Armstrong).38. New Wave Moral Realism Meets Moral Twin Earth (Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons), AcknowledgmentsGeneral IntroductionPart I: Moral Ontology:Moral Error TheoriesIntroduction1. The Subjectivity of Values: John Mackie2. The Myth of Morality: Richard JoyceExpressivismIntroduction3. A Critique of Ethics: A. J. Ayer4. How to be an Ethical Anti-Realist: Simon Blackburn5. Nondescriptivist Cognitivism: Framework for a New Metaethic: Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons6. The Reasons of a Living Being: Allan GibbardConstructivismIntroduction7. Moral Relativism Defended: Gilbert Harman8. The Authority of Reflection: Christine Korsgaard9. Ethical Absolutism and the Ideal Observer: Roderick Firth10. Contractarian Constructivism: Ronald MiloSensibility TheoriesIntroduction11. Values and Secondary Qualities: John McDowell12. A Sensible Subjectivism?: David WigginsMoral RealismIntroduction13. How To Be a Moral Realist: Richard Boyd14. Moral Realism: Peter Railton15. The Authority of Reason: Jean Hampton16. Ethics as Philosophy: A Defense of Ethical Nonnaturalism: Russ Shafer-LandauPart II: Problems in Metaethics:Moral MotivationIntroduction17. The Externalist Challenge: Michael Smith18. Externalist Moral Motivation: Nick Zangwill19. Virtue as Knowledge: Objections from the Philosophy of Mind: Margaret Olivia Little20. Acting for a Good Reason: Jonathan DancyMoral ReasonsIntroduction21. Morality as a System of Hypothetical Imperatives: Philippa Foot22. Internal and External Reasons: Bernard Williams23. Skepticism about Practical Reason: Christine Korsgaard24. Moral Reasons: Russ Shafer-LandauMoral ExplanationsIntroduction25. Ethics and Observation: Gilbert Harman26. Moral Explanations: Nicholas L. Sturgeon27. Moral Facts as Configuring Causes: Terence CuneoMoral DisagreementIntroduction28. The Nature of Ethical Disagreement: Charles L. Stevenson29. Moral Disagreement: David BrinkMoral KnowledgeIntroduction30. Wide Reflective Equilibrium and Theory Acceptance in Ethics: Norman Daniels31. Intuitionism, Pluralism and the Foundations of Ethics: Robert Audi32. Seeing as Caring: The Role of Affect in Feminist Moral Epistemology: Margaret Olivia LittleMoral SupervenienceIntroduction33. Supervenience Revisited: Simon Blackburn34. The Supervenience of the Ethical on the Descriptive: Frank JacksonSemantic PuzzlesIntroduction35. The Subject-Matter of Ethics: G. E. Moore36. Attitudes and Contents: Simon Blackburn37. Expressivism and Embedding: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong38. New Wave Moral Realism Meets Moral Twin Earth: Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons, Part I: Moral OntologyA. Moral Error Theories1 The Subjectivity of Values: John Mackie.2 The Myth of Morality: Richard Joyce.B. Expressivism3 A Critique of Ethics: A.J. Ayer.4 How to be an Ethical Anti-Realist: Simon Blackburn.5 The Reasons of a Living Being: Allan Gibard.6 Nondescriptivist Cognitivism: Framework for a New Metaethic: Terence Horgan& Mark Timmons.C. Constructivism7 Moral Relativism Defended: Gilbert Harman.8 The Authority of Reflection: Christine Korsgaard9 Ethical Absolutism and the Ideal Observer Theory: Roderick Firth.10 Contractarian Constructivism: Ronald Milo.D. Sensibility Theories11 Values and Secondary Qualities: John McDowell.12 A Sensible Subjectivism?: David Wiggins.E. Moral Realism13 How to be a Moral Realist: Richard Boyd.14 Moral Realism: Peter Railton.15 Reason's Authority: Jean Hampton.16 Ethics as Philosophy: Defense of Ethical Nonnaturalism: Russ Shafer-Landau.Part II: Problems in MetaethicsA. Moral Motivation17 The Externalist Challenge: Michael Smith.18 Externalist Moral Motivation: Nick Zangwill.19 Virtue as Knowledge: Margaret Little.20 Acting for Good Reason: Jonathan Dancy.B. Moral Reasons21 Morality as a System of Hypothetical Imperatives: Philippa Foot.22 Internal and External Reasons: Bernard Williams.23 Skepticism about Practical Reason: Christine Korsgaard.24 Moral Reasons: Russ Shafer-Landau.C. Moral Explanations25 Ethics and Observation: Gilbert Harman.26 Moral Explanations: Nicholas Sturgeon.27 Moral Facts as Configuring Cases: Terence Cuneo.D. Moral Disagreement28 The Nature of Ethical Disagreement: Charles Leslie Stevenson.29 Ethical Disagreement: David Brink.E. Moral Knowledge30 Wide Reflective Equilibrium and Theory Acceptance in Ethics: Norman Daniels.31 Intuitionism, Pluralism and the Foundations of Ethics: Robert Audi.32 Seeing as Caring: The Role of Affect in Feminist Moral Epistemology: Margaret Little.F. Moral Supervenience33 Supervenience Revisited: Simon Blackburn.34 The Supervenience of the Ethical on the Descriptive: Frank Jackson.G. Semantic Puzzles35 The Subject Matter of Ethics: George Edward Moore.36 Attitudes and Contents: Simon Blackburn.37 Expressivism and Embedding: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.38 New Wave Moral Relativism Meets Moral Twin Earth: Terence Horgan & Mark Timmons., cknowledgmentseneral Introductionart I: Moral Ontology:oral Error Theoriesntroduction. The Subjectivity of Values: John Mackie. The Myth of Morality: Richard Joycexpressivismntroduction. A Critique of Ethics: A. J. Ayer. How to be an Ethical Anti-Realist: Simon Blackburn. Nondescriptivist Cognitivism: Framework for a New Metaethic: Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons. The Reasons of a Living Being: Allan Gibbardonstructivismntroduction. Moral Relativism Defended: Gilbert Harman. The Authority of Reflection: Christine Korsgaard. Ethical Absolutism and the Ideal Observer: Roderick Firth0. Contractarian Constructivism: Ronald Miloensibility Theoriesntroduction1. Values and Secondary Qualities: John McDowell2. A Sensible Subjectivism?: David Wigginsoral Realismntroduction3. How To Be a Moral Realist: Richard Boyd4. Moral Realism: Peter Railton5. The Authority of Reason: Jean Hampton6. Ethics as Philosophy: A Defense of Ethical Nonnaturalism: Russ Shafer-Landauart II: Problems in Metaethics:oral Motivationntroduction7. The Externalist Challenge: Michael Smith8. Externalist Moral Motivation: Nick Zangwill9. Virtue as Knowledge: Objections from the Philosophy of Mind: Margaret Olivia Little0. Acting for a Good Reason: Jonathan Dancyoral Reasonsntroduction1. Morality as a System of Hypothetical Imperatives: Philippa Foot2. Internal and External Reasons: Bernard Williams3. Skepticism about Practical Reason: Christine Korsgaard4. Moral Reasons: Russ Shafer-Landauoral Explanationsntroduction5. Ethics and Observation: Gilbert Harman6. Moral Explanations: Nicholas L. Sturgeon7. Moral Facts as Configuring Causes: Terence Cuneooral Disagreementntroduction8. The Nature of Ethical Disagreement: Charles L. Stevenson9. Moral Disagreement: David Brinkoral Knowledgentroduction0. Wide Reflective Equilibrium and Theory Acceptance in Ethics: Norman Daniels1. Intuitionism, Pluralism and the Foundations of Ethics: Robert Audi2. Seeing as Caring: The Role of Affect in Feminist Moral Epistemology: Margaret Olivia Littleoral Superveniencentroduction3. Supervenience Revisited: Simon Blackburn4. The Supervenience of the Ethical on the Descriptive: Frank Jacksonemantic Puzzlesntroduction5. The Subject-Matter of Ethics: G. E. Moore6. Attitudes and Contents: Simon Blackburn7. Expressivism and Embedding: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong8. New Wave Moral Realism Meets Moral Twin Earth: Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons

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"This comprehensive and authoritative collection embraces many of the most influential texts, and all the central contemporary approaches to the nature of morality. It will be an essential resource for any philosophy student wanting to understand that area, which in effect means any philosophy student at all." Simon Blackburn, Cambridge University"An enormously effective anthology, Foundations of Ethics contains well-chosen, important papers in metaethics as well as helpful introductory essays by the editors. A highly commendable work!" David Copp, University of Florida"Shafer-Landau and Cuneo have assembled an excellent mix of old and new influences, featuring authors who bring out the excitement in their fields. With 38 essays, Foundations of Ethics allows for considerable flexibility and provides a highly useful introduction to metaethics." Philip Clark, University of Toronto"The rationale of this particular work, Foundations of Ethics, is to identify some of the best writing on meta-ethics - what makes ethics ethics - and bring it together in one convenient volume for students, lecturer, and other interested parties. This makes this work...of value to the academic library and to courses where ethics and meta-ethics are seriously studied. It is a work for early on in such courses as well as for more seasoned readers to check back on to be sure of the facts and arguments...The arrangement and editorial plan is excellent, making this a thoroughly worth-while book to buy." Library Review"The selection is challenging yet accessible to readers with some background in ethics...This comprehensive collection is indispensable to anyone wishing to be conversant with the major traditions in the field." Choice

& "This comprehensive and authoritative collection embraces many of the most influential texts, and all the central contemporary approaches to the nature of morality. It will be an essential resource for any philosophy student wanting to understand that area, which in effect means any philosophy student at all. & " Simon Blackburn, Cambridge University& "An enormously effective anthology, Foundations of Ethics contains well-chosen, important papers in metaethics as well as helpful introductory essays by the editors. A highly commendable work! & " David Copp, University of Florida& "Shafer-Landau and Cuneo have assembled an excellent mix of old and new influences, featuring authors who bring out the excitement in their fields. With 38 essays, Foundations of Ethics allows for considerable flexibility and provides a highly useful introduction to metaethics. & " Philip Clark, University of Toronto"The rationale of this particular work, Foundations of Ethics, is to identify some of the best writing on meta-ethics & - what makes ethics ethics & - and bring it together in one convenient volume for students, lecturer, and other interested parties. This makes this work & ...of value to the academic library and to courses where ethics and meta-ethics are seriously studied. It is a work for early on in such courses as well as for more seasoned readers to check back on to be sure of the facts and arguments & ...The arrangement and editorial plan is excellent, making this a thoroughly worth-while book to buy." Library Review


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A substantial collection of seminal articles, Foundations of Ethics covers all of the major issues in metaethics. * Covers all of the major issues in metaethics including moral metaphysics, epistemology, moral psychology, and philosophy of language. * Provides an unparalleled offering of primary sources and expert commentary for students of ethical theory. * Includes seminal essays by ethicists such as G.E. Moore, Simon Blackburn, Gilbert Harman, Christine Korsgaard, Michael Smith, Bernard Williams, Jonathan Dancy, and many other leading figures of ethical theory.

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Foundations of Ethics is a collection of seminal articles in metaethics. Organized into two parts, the first section investigates issues in the ontology of morality, such as whether there are objective moral standards. The second section considers related topics, such as whether moral considerations are essentially reason-giving, the nature of moral knowledge, and the differences between ethics and natural science. Designed for students of ethical theory, this volume provides an extensive selection of primary sources and corresponding expert commentary.

About the Author

Russ Shafer-Landau is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin. He is the author of Whatever Happened to Good and Evil? (2003) and Moral Realism: A Defence (2005). He is the editor of Oxford Studies in Metaethics, Volume 1 (2006) and Ethical Theory: An Anthology (Blackwell, 2007). Terence Cuneo is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College. He works primarily in the areas of ethics and the history of philosophy. He is co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Reid (with René van Woudenberg, 2004), editor of Religion in the Liberal Polity (2005), and author of The Normative Web: An Argument for Moral Realism (2007).

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