Preamble: Naturalism and Hume's Law Part I. Morality and Emotion 1: Emotionism 2: Emotions: Nonmoral and Moral 3: Sensibility Saved 4: Against Objectivity Part II. Constructing Morals 5: Dining with Cannibals 6: The Genealogy of Morals 7: The Limits of Evolutionary Ethics 8: Moral Progress: Beyond Good and Evil?
Jesse Prinz is John J. Rogers Professor of Philosophy at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
[an] excellent new book... an intelligent and provocative account *
Tamler Sommers, Times Literary Supplement *
a good book. Prinz has a roaming, eager mind that is fun to engage with, and his defense of sensibility theory is full of new resources that promise to invigorate the metaethical debate. On almost every page there is something to excite one's interest * Richard Joyce, Mind *