Department of over-eager reductions

Other people’s opinions about the reasons that there are thus constitute potential challenges to my own opinions. I have something to learn about myself and my own reasons by finding out about others and their reasons. This is why books and movie films are so engaging. All of this is flat out inconsistent with the claim that our concept of a reason for action is quite generally relative to the individual;

–Michael Smith

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2 responses to “Department of over-eager reductions

  1. If reasons were agent relative, then that would contradict the objectivity of morality. Since we know morality is objective, a simple modus tollens takes care of that.

  2. Brett A. Bumgarner

    LOL ^_^