Where Do Moral Decisions Come From?
Hastings Center Report. 1996 Jan-Feb; 26(1): 33-38.
[Mark] Johnson asks us to take seriously theory as an imaginative construction that offers, not an objective account of the world, but a dynamic, intersubjective construal of it....A common feature [of the four books discussed] is the conviction that moral universals are somehow bound up with dynamic processes that have their origin in the human form, not with disembodied rules or rational arguments per se.
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