Summary Of King Arthur's Greater Moral Evil Rule

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Singer expects a radical transformation of societal moral behavior; Arthur argues that this transformation is irrational and open to question of its moral integrity. He contends that our morals codes are intended to reflect the humanness of our person. Arthur reasons that we are not perfect in all our actions, and Singer’s “greater moral evil rule” asks us to be. Making clear his position that no change to the moral structure of society is necessary because it is “morally reasonable”
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