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The Morality of Pluralism
John Kekes

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
Ch. 1Introduction: Setting the Stage3
Ch. 2The Six Theses of Pluralism17
Ch. 3The Plurality and Conditionality of Values38
Ch. 4The Unavoidability of Conflicts53
Ch. 5The Nature of Reasonable Conflict-Resolution76
Ch. 6The Possibilities of Life99
Ch. 7The Need for Limits118
Ch. 8The Prospects for Moral Progress139
Ch. 9Some Moral Implications of Pluralism: On There Being Some Limits Even to Morality161
Ch. 10Some Personal Implications of Pluralism: Innocence Lost and Regained179
Ch. 11Some Political Implications of Pluralism: The Conflict with Liberalism199
Works Cited219
Index225

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