Incomplete Ideal Theory

Social Theory and Practice 45 (4):501-524 (2019)
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What is the best way to make sustained societal progress over time? Non-ideal theory done on its own faces the problem of second best, but ideal theory seems unable to cope with disagreement about how to make progress. If ideal theory gives up its claims to completeness, then we can use the method of incompletely theorized agreements to make progress over time.

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Amy Berg
Oberlin College


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