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Looked a bit like one argument for moral anti-realism: there's a lot of disagreements about what to do, so maybe we don't "know" what is moral. https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/moral-anti-realism/moral-realism-intuitive.html https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/moral-anti-realism/moral-realism-explain.html may have some relevance. Moral ...


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It is a sensible point to argue that valid moral theorizing is constrained by empirical findings, though to what extent I do not know. Surely normative claims hold against empirical shortcomings, but they become invalid upon demanding the impossible. Virtue ethics would not seem to be in denial, then, as the reported findings ('weak character', 'no character'...


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