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METAPHYSICAL SCHEMES AND MORAL PRINCIPLES
THE AUTONOMY OF ETHICS
WHAT ARE THE LIMITS OF METAPHYSICS?
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accept argue argument Aristotelian Aristotle assertions awareness causality cause certainly choice Christian claim come-to-be commands concepts consciousness contemporary cosmological argument creature creature's criticism definition Descartes descriptive disclosure discussion distinction divine doctrine empirical empiricism essence ethics evil existence experience explanation expression fact factual G. E. Moore God's human idea Illtyd imply intuition judgements justified kind knowledge least limited logical Logical Atomism MacIntyre MacIntyre's matter mean merely meta metaphysical scheme metaphysician mind monotheism mystery mystical myth natural theology naturalist Neoplatonic notion object observables ordinary language ourselves P. F. Strawson particular perfection perhaps persons philosophical physical Platonism Platonists Plotinus positive possible Principia Ethica problem Professor Ayer propositions question reality reason relation religion religious belief scientific seems sense sort speak St Thomas statement suggest suppose talk theism theologians theory theory of descriptions things Thomists thought true truth ultimate Verification Principle words