1: Substantive Moral Theory
2: Norms, Reasons, and Fit
3: Foundations for Morality
4: Normative Derivations
7: Moral Virtues
8: A Morality of Relationships
11: Using Others as a Means
Garrett Cullity is Hughes Professor of Philosophy at the University of Adelaide, where he teaches and writes on topics in practical, theoretical, and meta-ethics. He is a co-editor (with Berys Gaut) of Ethics and Practical Reason (Clarendon Press, 1997) and the author of The Moral Demands of Affluence (Clarendon Press, 2004).
Works in contemporary moral philosophy do not often attempt to
build full, systematic accounts of morality from the ground up.
This is what Culllity's welcome volume does ... This volume will
surely generate much discussion, both as a work of substantive
moral theory and for its application to a wide array of issues ...
*J. McBain, CHOICE*