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The nature and function of knowledge in morality for the Cambridge Platonists

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posted on 2023-05-27, 07:25 authored by Bonney, WL
The problem of the relationship of knowledge to morality has always been a vexed one in philosophy, since, and even before, the statement of the Socratic dictum: Virtue is knowledge. Most ethical theories, if analysed, contain a theory of the relationship of a certain kind of knowledge to virtue, but it is in the precise nature of this knowledge and in the nature of the relationship it bears to virtue that there is disagreement.


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