Ramified Natural Theology, the Moser Way?
Paul Moser’s vision for philosophy has both a positive and a negative component. The positive component is a reorientation of philosophical practice around wisdom and moral transformation; the negative component is a criticism of much philosophy, including natural theology, as being at odds with this.
Moser has leveled a challenge to produce a plausible piece of natural theology which is not deficient in this respect. Here I attempt to do exactly that. I defend a version of the moral argument which does not presuppose moral realism of any sort.
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