"...a carefully developed defense of a nonnaturalistic moral realism. Shafer-Landau covers a wide range of material, presenting an impressive array of arguments both in providing positive support for his position and undermining opposing views...this book will be the focus of much attention in metaethical discussion." -- The Review of Metaphysics
"A book of remarkable scope and ambition...clear and engaging throughout...[Shafer-Landau] develops a number of novel arguments for what is sure to be a controversial set of mutually supporting and philosophically interesting positions...very much worth reading. It is also accessible and engaging enough to be useful for teaching advanced undergraduates."--Michael Ridge, Australasian Journal of Philosophy
About the Author
Russ Shafer-Landau is at Department of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Madison.