Dancy Jonathan:
Ethics Without Principles

Oxford University Press (United Kingdom), 2006
Quality paperback, 240 pagesSize: 235x156 mm
ISBN-13: 9780199297689
ISBN-10: 0199297681

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Jonathan Dancy

Jonathan Dancy is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Reading.<BR>

Ethics Without Principles

Jonathan Dancy presents a long-awaited exposition and defense of particularism in ethics, a theory which he, perhaps more than anyone else, has developed and championed in recent years. Dancy's controversial claim, powerfully argued, is that the traditional link between morality and&lt; br&gt; principles, or between being moral and having principles, is little more than a mistake. Ethics without Principles is the definitive presentation of particularist ethical theory, and will be required reading for all moral philosophers.

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