Argumentation, Values, and Ethics
Monsalve (Alfonso)
Source: Sorites 8, January 1997: 24-32
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Author’s Abstract

    Moral concepts are argumentative values with claims to universal acceptance, they express beliefs that are formed in dialogical exchange. The paper defines conditions of acceptability of this kind of beliefs and its limitations.

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Filed electronically with the full edition of Sorites 08

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