An Objectivist’s Guide to Subjective Reasons

Res Philosophica 96 (2):229-244 (2019)
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The distinction between objective and subjective reasons plays an important role in both folk normative thought and many research programs in metaethics. But the relation between objective and subjective reasons is unclear. This paper explores problems related to the unity of objective and subjective reasons for actions and attitudes and then offers a novel objectivist account of subjective reasons.

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Daniel Wodak
University of Pennsylvania


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