(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), 301 pp. isbn: 9780199315192 . Hardback: $65.00.
This volume is a valuable contribution to a research program centered around the notion of a “(normative) reason,” which in recent years has become pervasive in philosophical theorizing about normativity. Even to those who, like this reader, are not particularly enthusiastic about this program’s impact on the course of practical philosophy, the fourteen papers in the volume offer a worthwhile opportunity to reflect on its scope and significance.
Instead of summarizing each of the chapters, I will briefly focus here on two which motivate their contributions
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