TITLE

DIVINE COMMAND MORALITY: A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS: Divine Command as the Essential Property of Morality

AUTHOR(S)
Sagi, Avi; Statman, Daniel
PUB. DATE
January 1995
SOURCE
Religion & Morality (978-90-5183-838-1);1995, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the proposition regarding the role of divine command as essential property of morality. It explores the proposition on the usage of people to moral language even if they do not believe in God. Moreover , it highlights the difficulties regarding the subject such as one concerning the applicability of the concept of essential properties to moral wrongness.
ACCESSION #
78201658

 

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