Robert Audi defines ‘intuitionism as an ethical theory to be, in outline and in a minimal version, the view that there is at least one moral principle that is non-inferentially and intuitively knowable.’ He describes a ‘generic intuitionism’ as the ‘stronger view, on which there is a group of at least several such moral principles (such as we find in W. D. Ross and others)’ Lastly, he describes ‘an intuitionism’ as a ‘specific intuitionist theory’ that ‘also incorporates a particular set of basic moral principles that directly apply to daily life.’ I think it’s fairly clear that Paul’s doctrine of … Continue reading →
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