106Breakdown of Moral JudgmentEthics 124 (3): 447-480. 2014.I argue that moral judgments function as commitment strategies that rely on a deflection of attention from our motivations and values. Revealing the hidden workings of these strategies allows me to illustrate and explain some of the widely unrecognized practical downsides of moral discourse. I recommend a departure from moral discourse in favor of paying more and better attention to our actual concerns. Important strengths of my approach over contemporary forms of moral abolitionism lie in my ab…Read more
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University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyDepartment of PhilosophyRegular Faculty
University of California, San Diego
Department of Philosophy
San Diego, California, United States of America
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