The essays in this book are profound, insightful, and subtle. Their careful arguments about central topics in contemporary moral and political philosophy are placed against a richly textured historical and cultural background ... They are highly original and consistently suggestive, and because of their range will be of great benefit to anyone working in ethics or liberal political theory ... It is one of the richest resources available in contemporary ethics. Roger Crisp, Philosophical Quarterly This collection of essays ranges over the whole field of moral philosophy ... not very easy reading, but is well worth the effort. The Heythrop Journal
About the Author
John Skorupski is Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of St Andrews.