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    At a university where demand for an introductory ethics course is huge and spans many disciplines, it is challenging to achieve the appropriate degree of generality such that many students could take the course as their single exposure to ethics while others would find it sufficiently challenging and interesting to continue in philosophy. This paper discusses the considerations that led to a course focused on “expert ethical discourse.” Directed to a primarily non-traditional student body, this …Read more
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    Rationality and the Social Sciences
    with S. I. Benn and G. W. Mortimore
    Philosophical Review 87 (4): 608. 1978.