Contains an overall account of morality in its philosophical format particularly with regard to problems of observation, evidence, and truth.
"A good book for undergraduates....Allows students to think about ethics conceptually and to consider different perspectives."--Rachel M. McCleary, Georgetown University
"A refreshing and thought-provoking book which will benefit serious students, both sophisticated beginners and more advanced graduate students."--Ethics
"Harman deserves to be highly commended....A good introductory ethics text which...significantly advances contemporary discussion of the nature of morality.--International Philosophical Quarterly