A well-rounded examination of ethical thought, language, and action
In Realism and Imagination in Ethics, author Sabina Lovibond explores the non-cognitive theory of ethics along with its objections and the alternative of moral realism. Delving into expressivism, perception, moral sense theory, objectivity, and more, this book pulls from Wittgenstein, Hegel, Bradley, Nietzsche and others to explore the many facets of ethics and perception. The discussion analyzes the language, theories, and criteria surrounding ethical action, and describes the faults and fallacies of traditional schools of thought.
|Publisher:||University of Minnesota Press|
About the Author
Sabina Lovibond is Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at Worcester College, Oxford. She is author of Realism and Imagination in Ethics and co-editor of Ethics: A Feminist Reader.
S. G. Williams is also Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at Worcester College, Oxford and has written on philosophical logic and metaphysics.