Episode: Philip Pettit on the Birth of Ethics

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Philip Pettit on the Birth of Ethics

Where did ethics come from? Philip Pettit tells an 'as if' story about the birth of ethics that is designed to illuminate what ethics is and why it evolved on this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.

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