Erratum to: There’s Nothing Quasi About Quasi-Realism: Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine

The Journal of Ethics, Apr 2017

Matthew H. Kramer

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Erratum to: There’s Nothing Quasi About Quasi-Realism: Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine

J Ethics Erratum to: There's Nothing Quasi About Quasi- Realism: Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine Matthew H. Kramer 0 0 Churchill College, University of Cambridge , Cambridge CB3 0DS, England , UK In the original publication of the article, the following sentences are published incorrectly. The correct version is provided in this erratum and the original article was also been corrected. The first sentence after Keywords should read ''This paper takes as its point of departure an article published by Michael Smith in the 2010 volume of the Boston University Law Review'' instead of ''This paper takes as its point of departure Michael Smith (Smith 2010).'' The first sentence of the fourth paragraph under the section 2 Dworkin and Smith on Status Skepticism should read ''In the published version of Justice for Hedgehogs, Dworkin replied to Smith rather quizzically in a lengthy endnote.'' instead of ''In the published version of (Dworkin 2009), Dworkin replied to Smith rather quizzically.'' The third sentence of the first paragraph under the section 3.1.1 A Jurisprudential Analogy should read ''In the fifth chapter of The Concept of Law, Hart sought to illuminate the nature of the legal norms that he (somewhat unhelpfully) styled as 'secondary.''' instead of ''Hart sought to illuminate the nature of the legal norms that he (somewhat unhelpfully) styled as 'secondary.''' The author name present in the seventh sentence of the second paragraph under the section 3.1.4 Philosophy Rather than Social Science or Moral Justification should be Nietzsche instead of F. Nietzsche. The second sentence of the first paragraph under the section 3.2.3 Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine and the Place of Meta-Ethics should read ''I found the first few chapters of Ronald Dworkin's Justice for Hedgehogs very disconcerting….'' instead of ''I found the first few chapters of Dworkin (2009) very disconcerting….'' The second citation of Wedgwood 2007 in the sixth paragraph under the section 3.2.3 Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine and the Place of Meta-Ethics should be ( Wedgwood 2007 : 18 , italics in original) instead of (Wedgwood 2007 : 18 , emphasis in original).


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Matthew H. Kramer. Erratum to: There’s Nothing Quasi About Quasi-Realism: Moral Realism as a Moral Doctrine, The Journal of Ethics, 2017, 213-214, DOI: 10.1007/s10892-017-9253-1