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245 04 The Routledge handbook of moral epistemology /|cedited by 
       Aaron Zimmerman, Karen Jones, and Mark Timmons 
264  1 New York, NY ;|aMilton Park, Abingdon, Oxon :|bRoutledge, 
       an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group,|c2019 
300    xvi, 562 pages ;|c26 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
490 0  Routledge handbooks in philosophy 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 0  SECTION I: Science --1.|tThe Quest for the Boundaries of 
       Morality /|rStephen Stich --2.|tThe Normative Sense: What 
       is Universal? What Varies? /|rElizabeth O'Neill and 
       Edouard Machery --3.|tNormative Practices of Other Animals
       /|rSarah Vincent, Rebecca Ring, and Kristin Andrews --4.
       |tThe Neuroscience of Moral Judgment /|rJoanna Demaree-
       Cotton and Guy Kahane --5.|tMoral Development in Humans /
       |rJulia W. Van de Vondervoort and J. Kiley Hamlin --6.
       |tMoral Learning /|rShaun Nichols --7.|tMoral Reasoning 
       and Emotion /|rJoshua May and Victor Kumar --8.|tMoral 
       Intuitions and Heuristics /|rPiotr M. Patrzyk --9.|tThe 
       Evolution of Moral Cognition /|rLeda Cosmides, Ricardo 
       Andrés Guzmán, and John Tooby 
505 0  SECTION II: Normative Theory --10.|tAncient and Medieval 
       Moral Epistemology /|rMatthias Perkams --11.|tModern Moral
       Epistemology /|rKenneth R. Westphal --12.|tContemporary 
       Moral Epistemology /|rRobert Shaver --13.|tThe denial of 
       Moral Knowledge /|rRichard Joyce --14.|tNihilism and the 
       Epistemic Profile of Moral Judgment /|rJonas Olson --15.
       |tRelativism and Pluralism in Moral Epistemology /|rDavid 
       B. Wong --16.|tRationalism and Intuitionism-Assessing 
       Three Views about the Psychology of Moral Judgments /
       |rChristian B. Miller --17.|tMoral Perception /|tRobert 
       Audi --18.|tMoral Intuition /|rMatthew S. Bedke --19.
       |tFoundationalism and Coherentism in Moral Epistemology /
       |rNoah Lemos --20.|tMoral Theory and Its Role in Everyday 
       Moral Thought and Action /|rBrad Hooker 
505 0  SECTION III: Applications --21.|tMethods, Goals, and Data 
       in Moral Theorizing /|rJohn Bengson, Terence Cuneo, and 
       Russ Shafer-Landau --22.|tMoral Knowledge as Know-How /
       |rJennifer Cole Wright --22.|tGroup Moral Knowledge /
       |rDeborah Tollefsen and Christopher Lucibella --24.|tMoral
       Epistemology and Liberation Movements /|rLauren Woomer --
       25.|tMoral Expertise /|rAlison Hills --26.|tMoral 
       Epistemology and Professional Codes of Ethics /|rAlan 
       Goldman --27.|tTeaching Virtue /|rNancy E. Snow and Scott 
       Beck --28.|tDecision Making under Moral Uncertainty /
       |rAndrew Sepielli --29.|tPublic Policy and Philosophical 
       Accounts of Desert /|rSteven Sverdlik --30.|tReligion and 
       Moral Knowledge /|rC. A. J. Coady 
520    "The Routledge Handbook of Moral Epistemology brings 
       together philosophers, cognitive scientists, developmental
       and evolutionary psychologists, animal ethologists, 
       intellectual historians and educators to provide the most 
       comprehensive analysis of the prospects for moral 
       knowledge ever assembled in print. The book's thirty 
       chapters feature leading experts describing the nature of 
       moral thought, its evolution, childhood development and 
       neurological realization. Various forms of moral 
       skepticism are addressed along with the historical 
       development of ideals of moral knowledge and their role in
       law, education, legal policy, and other areas of social 
       life. Highlights include: - Analyses of moral cognition 
       and moral learning by leading cognitive scientists - 
       Accounts of the normative practices of animals by expert 
       animal ethologists - An overview of the evolution of 
       cooperation by preeminent evolutionary psychologists - 
       Sophisticated treatments of moral skepticism, relativism, 
       moral uncertainty, and know-how by renowned philosophers -
       Scholarly accounts of the development of western moral 
       thinking by eminent intellectual historians - Careful 
       analyses of the role played by conceptions of moral 
       knowledge in political liberation movements, religious 
       institutions, criminal law, secondary education, and 
       professional codes of ethics articulated by cutting-edge 
       social and moral philosophers"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Ethics|vHandbooks, manuals, etc 
650  0 Knowledge, Theory of|vHandbooks, manuals, etc 
700 1  Zimmerman, Aaron|q(Aaron Zachary),|eeditor 
700 1  Jones, Karen,|d1960-|eeditor 
700 1  Timmons, Mark,|d1951-|eeditor 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tRoutledge handbook of moral 
       epistemology|dNew York : Routledge, 2019|z9781315719696
       |w(DLC)  2018039346 
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