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A list of unsolved problems in ethics

This is Part III of the series “How to be a high-impact philosopher” at the Oxford Practical Ethics blog. ProPhi mentioned Part I  where author Will Crouch (Ph.D. candidate at Oxford) explains what he now calls the “top-down” approach. Part II offered a “bottom-up” approach. Part III is two lists of unsolved problems in moral philosophy. The practical list has five questions, and the theoretical list has nine.

 

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One response to “A list of unsolved problems in ethics

  1. rajneesh December 30, 2012 at 8:28 am

    Q- HOW TO BE A GOOD PHILOSOPHER? A- WHEN THE THOUGHT TO BE A GOOD PHILOSOPHER WILL BE DISAPPEAR, THE FIRST SERMON OF YOUR PHILOSOPHY WILL HAVE PREPARED. [ from the pen of THE GREATEST OF GREATESTS – RAJNEESH FROM GORAKHPUR ]

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