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The Study Guide

Is Morality Relative? Dr. Michael Garnett & Prof. Hallvard Lillehammer

This Study Guide is written for students studying philosophy at AS-level.  Authored by two leading researchers in the field, it is intended to provide a general introduction to current debates concerning moral relativism. The Guide is also intended to support students planning to enter the Birkbeck Philosophy Prize Essay Competition, and includes advice on writing philosophy essays and suggestions of further reading.

Two versions of the study guide are available:


Previous Study Guides

2016: Are There Moral Facts? – Dr. Cristian Constantinescu & Prof. Hallvard Lillehammer


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