"[Moral Knowledge] is superb. All the collected essays are of high quality, and the anthology can make an ideal text for advanced courses in moral theory. Many ethics teachers will be be grateful. [Sinnott-Armstrong's] essay is a gem."--T. K. Seung, The University of Texas at Austin
"Very useful text. All the core readings arranged topically to facilitate a content-organized course."--Andrew Pessin, Kenyon College
"This is a very interesting collection of viewpoints regarding moral epistemology that illustrates the current issues and arguments."--Carl Wellman, Washington University
"A mature and thoroughgoing treatment of the epistemic status of normative propositions. To date I have not seen a better treatment of meta-ethical issues."--S.N. Fratantaro, Providence College
About the Author
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Professor of Philosophy, Dartmouth College. Mark Timmons, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Memphis.