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A DARWINIAN DILEMMA FOR REALIST THEORIES OF VALUE

@inproceedings{Barry2005ADD,
  title={A DARWINIAN DILEMMA FOR REALIST THEORIES OF VALUE},
  author={Melissa Barry and Paul Artin Boghossian and Hartry Field and Patricia Kitcher and Philip Kitcher and Christine M. Korsgaard and Thomas Nagel and Derek Parfit and Thomas Michael Scanlon and Nishit Shah and Michael Strevens},
  year={2005}
}
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TLDR
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Les explications par un troisième facteur permettent-elles aux réalistes moraux de relever le défi épistémologique?
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