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The Domain of Reasons
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Preface Synopsis I: Introduction Part One The Structure of Normative Concepts II: Reasons III: Indexicality, Universalisability and the Range of Reasons IV: Normativity V: Warrant Part Two Epistemic Reasons VI: The A Priori VII: Analyticity VIII: Modality IX: Non-monotonic Norms Part Three Evaluative and Practical Reasons X: Rational Explanation: Belief, Feeling and Will XI: Reasons and Feelings: (i) The Bridge Principle and the Concept of a Person's Good XII: Reasons and Feelings: (ii) Moral Concepts XIII: Impartiality (i) The Principle of Good XIV: Impartiality (ii) The Demand Principle XV: Moral Judgement and Feeling Part Four The Normative View XVI: The Epistemology of Reason Relations XVII: The Ontology of Reason Relations XVIII: Rules, Norms and Concepts XIX: Self and Self-Determination XX: The Critique of Reasons Appendix: Symbols, Terms and Theses References Index

About the Author

John Skorupski is Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of St Andrews.

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`Review from previous edition as historically rich as it is philosophically illuminating ... on a par with the most significant books on reasons, normativity and the mind published in recent years. ' Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

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