3. Determinate Correctness.
4. Uniform Applicability.
6. Transindividual Concurrence.
9. Further Dimensions of Ethical Objectivity?
10. Supervenience as an Ethical Phenomenon.
directions. Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine deserves much attention." (Australasian Journal of Philosophy, October 2010)
"The book is clearly laid out; it will be understandable to advanced undergraduates, but its main audience is graduate students and beyond." (CHOICE, November 2009)
- Major new volume in our new series New Directions in Ethics
- Takes on the big picture - defending the objectivity of ethics whilst rejecting the grounds of much of the existing debate between realists and anti-realists
- Cuts across both ethical theory and metaethics
- Distinguished by the quality of the scholarship and its ambitious range