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Hypothetical reasons are just as queer as categorical reasons

One of the most popular objections to non-naturalist moral facts is the queerness objection given by Mackie. As Olson points out, there are four distinct queerness objections: supervenience, knowledge, motivation, and irreducible normativity (or categorical reasons as I’ll call it). … Continue reading

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