Lecture 10: Moral uncertainty

So far we’ve been dealing with a lot of empirical uncertainty – we don’t always know what will happen and what will work. In this lesson we will deal with the problem of moral uncertainty – when we don’t know with certainty what are the correct moral principles (and whether they even exist). We will examine different approaches, while discussing one of the most important open-ended questions in modern ethics.

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