Volume 16
Issue S
Fall '18

The Complexity of a Diverse Moral Order

Written By: Gerald Gaus

Abstract

This essay explicates and defends what I call the “New Diversity Theory,” which analyzes moral diversity not as moral reasoning gone awry, or even as a feature of free societies to be managed, but as a fundamental moral phenomenon. Under New Diversity Theory, moral diversity is not simply a challenge to reasonably stable moral order, but a critical resource for free societies to discover better ways of living.

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