A systematic and cogent books with deep insights in moral philosophy. You may not agree with the author's reconstruction of the school of voluntarism, realism and reflective endorsement, but you must appreciate the author's large synthetic power. You may even disagree with the author's conclusion that rationality is the source of normativity. This is by no mean a book that is easy to read. But it is not because it is obscure but because of the depth of the problems the book touches.
This book originates as the author's Tanner Lectures of Human Values, and it also includes comments to the author's Lectures by some of the most prominent moral philosophers of our time. Really a worth reading book for students of moral philosophy!...Continua