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Ethical Intuitionism and Its Critics

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Grant C. Sterling

Ethical Intuitionism and Its Critics is a sympathetic discussion of the broad outlook in ethical philosophy known as Intuitionism or Objectivism. By defending Intuitionism against several commonly-raised objections, the author presents a perspective significantly different from that typically found in the contemporary literature. He argues that the alternatives to this doctrine are subject to critical flaws, and that serious consideration must be given to the merits of Intuitionism as a meta-ethical theory.