Dans le "séminaire de métaéthique" (IJN, Paris), conférence de James Lenman, University of Sheffield : « The politic of objectivity »

Organisé conjointement par la République des Savoirs et l'IJN avec le soutien du labex TransferS, Organisateurs : Monique Canto-Sperber (CNRS/ENS/République des Savoirs) et Stéphane Lemaire (Université de Rennes 1).

métaéthique

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Abstract :

My project is to defend a modest possiblity claim. I think there could be a community of rational reasonable social animals who lived together in moral community regulating their lives by a complex system of broadly shared norms and values which they affirmed and adhered to. And I think it is possible for there to be such a community in a world in which the semantic, metaphysical and epistemological claims of robust moral realists were all false without the members of that community consequently falling into any errors or being subject to any illusions. If this possibility claim is true, that would, I take it, be dialectically rather bad news for those semantic, metaphysical and epistemological claims.