Subjective Rightness


In the early part of the twentieth century, writers on moral philosophy — prominently Bertrand Russell, C. D. Broad, H. A. Prichard, and W. David Ross —noted that there are many situations in which an agent’s misapprehension of his circumstances results in an evaluator’s feeling pulled to evaluate the agent’s actions as both morally right and morally wrong… (More)


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