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Neo-Kantian wickedness : constructivist and realist responses to moral skepticism.
Neo-Kantian constructivism aspires to respond to moral skepticism by compelling agents to act morally on pain of irrationality. According to Christine Korsgaard, a leading proponent of constructivism, we construct all ...
Tragic philosophy and human desire : bringing Nietzsche and Plato into conversation with contemporary ethics.
In his Retrieval of Ethics, Talbot Brewer complains of a fundamentally inadequate moral psychology within contemporary ethics, most importantly the limitation of human desire to the instrumental. In response, Brewer, ...