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New issue on metaethics
By Thom Brooks

The latest issue of the Journal of Moral Philosophy has just been published and all articles are on the topic of ‘metaethics’. Papers were originally presented at a conference organized by Fabian Freyenhagen at King’s College, Cambridge. The issue can be found here. The contents are as follows:

Notes on contributors

Fabian Freyenhagen, ‘Editorial’, Journal of Moral Philosophy 4(3) (2007): 310.

Russ Shafer-Landau, ‘Moral and Theological Realism: The Explanatory Argument’, Journal of Moral Philosophy 4(3) (2007): 311-29.

Michael Ridge, ‘Anti-Reductionism and Supervenience’, Journal of Moral Philosophy 4(3) (2007): 330-48.

John Broome, ‘Does Rationality Consist in Responding Correctly to Reasons?’ Journal of Moral Philosophy 4(3) (2007): 349-74.

Alison Hills, ‘Practical Reason, Value and Action’, Journal of Moral Philosophy 4(3) (2007): 375-92.

Onora O’Neill, ‘Normativity and Practical Judgement’, Journal of Moral Philosophy 4(3) (2007): 393-405.

Thomas Pink, ‘Normativity and Reason’, Journal of Moral Philosophy 4(3) (2007): 406-31.

Referees for volume 4

My thanks again to Hallvard Lillehammer, King’s College, Cambridge’s Faculty of Philosophy, and, most especially, Fabian for organizing such a terrific conference.


  1. 1. Posted by Thom Brooks | November 1, 2007 7:13 pm

    Good news for readers unable to access papers above. If you click on this link you can register for free access to all SAGE Publications journals, including the Journal of Moral Philosophy.

  2. 2. Posted by S. Matthew Liao | November 2, 2007 2:53 am

    Having attended the conference, I can vouch that it was fantastic indeed :)

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