This substantive new introduction provides a map to how to read the following essays as contributing to a unified argument about the nature and commitments of explanatory moral theory. The Standard Model Theory is introduced and traced to Ralph Cudworth, and the consequences both of accepting it and of rejecting it are traced through the remaining eleven chapters, covering reduction, supervenience, instrumental rationality, and autonomy.
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