The is-ought distinction is extremely prevalent in modern moral philosophy. Even less serious, pop-culture books like Sam Harris' "Moral Landscape" are rebuked by invoking the is-ought distinction.

I understand what the distinction is, but I want to understand different lines in the debate, and SEP and IEP have almost nothing on it.

What are some of the most influential lines which attempt to solve the is-ought distinction as it applies to moral realism?

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