Vagueness & Ethics
Sometimes, there is vagueness about whether it is morally permissible (or required) to perform a certain act—moral vagueness. This raises a question: what is the source of moral vagueness? To answer this question, it is standard to assume that, as many hold, we live in a robustly realist moral world—a mind-independent world. This project explores some overlooked implications of different accounts of the source of moral vagueness, on the assumption that robust moral realism is true.
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About the Project
- Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (2022–2024)
- Vinnova (2021–2022)