1.The Fugitive Thought: Blackburn on Reasons By R. Jay ... - Philosophy
Simon Blackburn believes that there are no mind-independent normative facts. ... The primary problem for a philosophical account of ethics, he believes, is to ...
2.Quasi-realism and Relativism
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Vol. LXV, No. 1, July ... and attitudes, policies and stances, of people,' as Simon Blackburn says in summary of the ...
3.1 INTRODUCTION Simon Blackburn's quasi-realist project is, at ...
apparent division between two philosophical intuitions: naturalism and moral ... As a brand of anti-realism, Simon Blackburn's quasi-realism sides with the.
4.PROFESSOR WHATEVER* Simon Blackburn The title of ... - Disputatio
Simon Blackburn. Kant and ... marks: high themes, arcane learning, strange corners of philosophy and .... philosophers must be allowed their bits of terminology.
5.Here - The University of Sydney
Philosophers series; Huw Price, 'Blackburn and the War on Error' in Australasian .... 9 Simon Blackburn, Truth: A Guide for the Perplexed, London: Penguin ...
6.Simon Blackburn, Essays in Quasi-Realism, Oxford ... - Huw Price
From Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 56(1996) 965–968 [JSTOR] ... Simon Blackburn claims to offer us a way out of this rather stagnant and.
7.Spreading the Word: Groundings in the Philosophy ... - Project MUSE
of Language, by Simon Blackburn; xi & 368 pp. Ox- ford: Clarendon ... The subject is philosophy of language and sure enough there are discus- sions of, among ...
8.supervenience argument - Brown University
The Southern Journal of Philosophy (1992) Vol. XXX, No. 3 ... In 1971, Simon Blackburn worked out an argument against moral realism appealing to the.