"This collection of essays showcases recent work on Hume and the
Is/Ought question. There are four distinct attempts to redefine and
prove Hume's no-ought-from-is thesis in such a way as to evade the
famous counterexamples of A.N. Prior. The rival approaches are
explained and discussed together with their implications for
meta-ethical theory" --Provided by publisher.
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