Agent-Relativity and the Foundations of Moral Theory

Matthew Hammerton
This thesis is concerned with agent-relativity and its importance in understanding and evaluating moral theories. Many would agree with Thomas Hurka that the distinction between agent-relativity and agent-neutrality is one of “the greatest contributions of recent ethics”. Among other things, it is important because it has allowed moral philosophers to better explore the logical space of moral theories, enabling them to see promising moral theories that were previously absent from the debate. This thesis continues...
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