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Ethics; Philosophical Perspectives Volume 18, contains over 20 articles from leading ethicists.
'All Things Considered' (RUTH CHANG). Meta-Ethics and the Problem Of Creeping Minimalism (JAMES DREIER). Prankster's Ethics (ANDY EGAN AND BRIAN WEATHERSON). The Wrongdoing that Gets Results (JOHN GARDNER). Can We Harm and Benefit in Creating? (ELIZABETH HARMAN). The Force and Fairness of Blame (PAMELA HIERONYMI). The Return of Moral Fictionalism (NADEEM J. Z. HUSSAIN). Silence and Responsibility (ISHANI MAITRA). Moral Knowledge by Perception (SARAH MCGRATH). Puppies, Pigs and People: Eating Meat and Marginal Cases (ALASTAIR NORCROSS). Six Theses About Pleasure (STUART RACHELS). The Role of Well-Being (JOSEPH RAZ). Skepticism about Moral Responsibility (GIDEON ROSEN). How to be Responsible for Something Without Causing It (CAROLINA SARTORIO). The Scope of Instrumental Reason (MARK SHROEDER). Hume on Practical Reason (KIERAN SETIYA). Indeterminacy, Ignorance, and the Possibility of Parity (RYAN WASSERMAN). The Metaethicists' Mistake (RALPH WEDGWOOD).
Dean Zimmerman (Ph.D., Brown University, 1991) has taught at the University of Notre Dame, Syracuse University, and Rutgers University, where he is now an associate professor. He has published numerous articles, mainly in metaphysics and philosophy of religion. He is co-editor (with Peter van Inwagen) of Metaphysics: The Big Questions (Blackwell, 1998) and (with Michael Loux) of The Oxford Handbook of Metaphysics (OUP, 2003). John Hawthorne is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University. He has published numerous articles on metaphysics, philosophy of language, epistemology, philosophy of mind, and early modern philosophy. His books include Knowledge and Lotteries (forthcoming), Substance and Individuation in Leibniz (with Jan Cover, 1999), and The Grammar of Meaning (with Mark Lance, 1997).