Table of contents for Intuition, theory, and anti-theory in ethics / edited by Sophie Grace Chappell.
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Introduction, Sophie Grace Chappell
1. Intuition and genealogy, John Cottingham
2. James Lenman, James Lenman
3. Obvious intuitions, Mike Ridge and Sean McKeever
4. Should generalism be our regulative ideal?, Alan Thomas
5. Moral faith and moral reason, Sergio Tenenbaum
6. Forgetting the difference between right and wrong, Sarah McGrath
7. Factual mistakes, epistemological virtues and moral errors: a study in Augustine's Confessions, Catherine Rowett
8. Theory and intuition in a broken world, Tim Mulgan
9. Moral certainties, Sophie Grace Chappell
10. Self-evidence, theory, and anti-theory, Simon Kirchin
11. Literature, Moral Education, and Moral Philosophy, Edward Harcourt
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