In this episode of Tent Talks, I speak with Drew Johnson, who is a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Connecticut. Drew works primarily in the domain of meta-ethics, epistemology, and truth. For his dissertation, he is developing a neo-expressivist account of morality that aims to explain the possibility of moral knowledge while also recognizing the connection between moral judgment and non-cognitive motivational states. In this episode, Drew and I have a conversation about a paper of his in which he provides a solution to the problem of moral skepticism.
To learn more about Drew’s work, visit his website at the following link:
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