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rejected by Williams, 54“58
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Index


Snell, Bruno, 162, 165“166 Tecmessa, 171“172
social science, aim of, 52 “teleological suspension of the ethical”
social worlds (Kierkegaard), 107
and ethical knowledge, 40“41 tense, 39, 40, 41. See also knowledge,
individuable, 52 tensed
oscillations between, 32 theories, scienti¬c, as “empirically
and thick ethical concepts, 25“26 equivalent” (Quine), 29
unlike scienti¬c conceptualizations, Thrasymachus, 156
34“36 Thucydides, 101, 162, 177, 178, 185
society, hypertraditional, fable of a, Timmons, Mark, 67“68
57“58 “transcendental parochialism”
Socrates, 156, 157 (Lovibond), 58
“solidarity,” 61 Truth and Truthfulness (Williams), 178,
Sophocles, 64, 177, 178 181, 185
soul, Plato™s tripartite model of, truthfulness, 198“199
166
“sound deliberative route” universality, 120
de¬ned, 76
and reason, 75“79 values, competitive versus cooperative
“speci¬c evaluations” (Wiggins), 48, (Adkins), 171
68 virtuous person, characterization of
St. Paul, 122 (Wiggins), 48
state-of-nature voluntary, the, 105, 110“111, 122“126,
narrative, and knowledge, 190“197 146
theories, 181“200
commendatory, 194 wanting to disappear, 148
imaginary, 193 Ways of Worldmaking (Goodman),
uses for, 192“197 39“42
vindicatory, 194 West, Nathaniel, 144
Stendhal (Marie-Henri Beyle), 101 wholeness, 151
Stevens, Wallace, 43 Wiggins, David, 48, 49, 51, 53, 55, 68
Stoicism, 162 Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 55, 56, 66
“sub-Humean,” 80 thought experiments of, 56
supererogation, 105, 116 “Wittgenstein and Idealism”
sympathetic identi¬cation, 56 (Williams), 56

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