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Ethics Discussion at PEA Soup: Robert Cowan’s “Rossian Conceptual Intuitionism,” with a critical précis by Philip Stratton-Lake

Welcome to what we expect will be a very interesting and productive discussion of Robert Cowan‘s “Rossian Conceptual Intuitionism.” The article was published in the most recent issue of Ethics and is available through open access here. Philip Stratton-Lake has kindly agreed to contribute a critical précis, and it appears immediately below. Please join in the discussion!

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By In Ethics Discussions at PEA Soup, Normative Ethics Comments Off on Upcoming Ethics Discussion, July 24-26: Robert Cowan’s “Rossian Conceptual Intuitionism,” with a critical précis by Philip Stratton-Lake

Upcoming Ethics Discussion, July 24-26: Robert Cowan’s “Rossian Conceptual Intuitionism,” with a critical précis by Philip Stratton-Lake

We’re excited to announce our next Ethics discussion, which will be about Robert Cowan‘s “Rossian Conceptual Intuitionism.” The paper is available through open access herePhilip Stratton-Lake has kindly agreed to contribute a critical précis. Join us July 24-26!

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Ethics Discussion at PEA Soup: Cheshire Calhoun’s “On Being Content with Imperfection,” with a critical précis by Glen Pettigrove

Welcome to what we expect will be a very interesting and productive discussion of Cheshire Calhoun’s “On Being Content with Imperfection.” The article was published in the most recent issue of Ethics and is available through open access here. Glen Pettigrove has kindly agreed to contribute a critical précis, and it appears immediately below. Please join in the discussion!

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By In Ethics Discussions at PEA Soup, Uncategorized Comments Off on Upcoming Ethics Discussion, Feb. 12-14: Cheshire Calhoun’s “On Being Content with Imperfection,” with a critical précis by Glen Pettigrove

Upcoming Ethics Discussion, Feb. 12-14: Cheshire Calhoun’s “On Being Content with Imperfection,” with a critical précis by Glen Pettigrove

We are pleased to announce our next Ethics discussion, which will be on Cheshire Calhoun‘s article, “On Being Content with Imperfection.” The article is available here. A critical précis will be provided by Glen Pettigrove. Join us February 12-14!

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Ethics Discussion at PEA Soup: Joshua Gert’s “A Fitting End to the Wrong Kind of Reason Problem,” with a critical précis by Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson

6a00d83452b89569e201b8d1c673b1970cWelcome to what we expect will be a very interesting discussion of Joshua Gert‘s “A Fitting End to the Wrong Kind of Reason Problem.” The paper is published in the most recent edition of Ethics and is available through open access here. Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson have kindly agreed to contribute a critical précis, and it appears immediately below. Please join in the discussion!

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By In Discussions Comments Off on Upcoming Ethics Discussion, July 14-16: Joshua Gert’s “A Fitting End to the Wrong Kind of Reason Problem,” with a critical précis by Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson

Upcoming Ethics Discussion, July 14-16: Joshua Gert’s “A Fitting End to the Wrong Kind of Reason Problem,” with a critical précis by Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson

We’re excited to announce our next Ethics discussion, which will be about Joshua Gert‘s “A Fitting End to the Wrong Kind of Reason Problem.” The paper is available through open access here. Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson have kindly agreed to contribute a critical précis.  Join us July 14-16!

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Silence as a virtue?

Hello all. In the spirit of more spontaneous posts on PEA Soup, I'd like to share some thoughts and ask some questions about virtue ethics, an area in which I have little expertise but which I've been wanting to get to know better, and ancient philosophy, also not an area of specialization but one which I've just now dabbled in (but not in the way or in the area most would expect).

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