Egham, Surrey, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
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    The practical significance of the second-person relation
    Dissertation, University of Sheffield. 2019.
    Second-person relations are relations between individuals knowingly engaged in interaction with one another. These are the social contexts within which it is appropriate for one to think of and address another as ‘you’. This dissertation explores the practical consequences for agents of relating to others in this fashion. A critical analysis is offered of Stephen Darwall’s theory of moral obligations in terms of demands that can be addressed from the perspective of a second-person. On the basis …Read more