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What difference does God make to morality?

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I’m not going to discuss whether or not there is a God (that’s something I’m argued for a lot over the years), but simply whether if there is a God, that makes any difference to morality., I shall argue that the existence and actions of God make no difference to the fact that there are moral truths; but that the existence and actions of God make a great difference1 to the content of morality, to the seriousness of morality, and our knowledge of morality. I assume a standard Western account o...

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Accepted Manuscript

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University of Oxford
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Oxford
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Publisher:
Rowman and Littlefield Publishers Publisher's website
Pages:
151-163
Host title:
Is Goodness without God good enough?
Publication date:
2008-01-01
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uuid:9d32cd44-3ebb-4783-9784-7782ed17a1bc
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617742
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pubs:617742
ISBN:
978-0-7425-5171-8
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