Being Realistic about Reasons 9.5分
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The third point that carries over from our discussion of set theory is that in order to be defensible, a general characterization of the realm of practical reasons, such as a normative desire theory, would need to be supported by a reflective equilibrium argument: it would need to lead to plausible consensus about what we have reason to do, and it would need to explain these consequences, and other features of practical reasons, in a plausible and illuminating way.

Unfortunately, desire theories do neither of these things.

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