Moral Error Theory. History, Critique, Defence.
Oxford University Press, 2014. 224p. Hardback. For the most part, Olson is a lucid writer and it is refreshing to see a philosopher write candidly about the limitations of even his own arguments... the book will likely generate fruitful discussion for years to come. In particular, metaethicists will want to consider Olson's case for moral error theory in chs 5 through 9. Hume scholars might want to consider ch. 2, and those interested in metaepistemology may benefit from reading ch. 8. Jeff Wisdom, Philosophical Quarterly 28/01/2019 |a 13/02/2019 (Publisher's information).