The introduction describes three sceptical arguments about ethical objectivity: the argument from disagreement, the argument from reliability and coincidence, and the argument from accidental truth. After summarizing the chapters that address these arguments, it explains and defends an assumption they share: the so-called ‘supervenience’ of the ethical.
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