Is Morality a Matter of Taste? by Leslie Allan
For some secular-minded people, the human sciences appear to expose a person's moral judgments to be nothing more than an expression of their subjective preferences. In this HSV address, Leslie Allan reveals a central objective dimension to moral debates. He argues that by ignoring the place of impartiality in moral discourse, we misconstrue the nature of ethics and diminish our social effectiveness.
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