Why Ethical Pluralism Edit

This page will address an important issue regarding the structure of moral philosophy and the methods that we use to understand and select a system of moral philosophy. Without understanding this issue, it might be easy for somebody to accept the first principles of a belief-system, say radical libertarianism, and then procede to make inference from those first principles without applying scrutiny to the initial assumptions (first principles) upon which the belief-system is built. Another issue related to this is the fact-value dichotomy, also called Hume's guillotine, the naturalistic fallacy, the is-ought problem, fact-value entanglement, and others. Rehoot 22:16, 31 May 2011 (BST)

News Edit

I'll be away from the computer from early June until perhaps June 20, but hope to continue this article at that time. Rehoot 22:16, 31 May 2011 (BST)