The Moral Climate in the pluralistic West is in a state of deep fragmentation and disarray. At the heart of this situation is the split between (scientific) facts and (moral-religious) values. Many Christian theologians and ethicists reinforce this split by confining moral norms to particular communities and traditions. R. Scott Smith presents a robust metaphysical argument that, contrary to the fact-value dichotomy, there are certain universal moral truths that we do know. Book jacket.
In Search of Moral Knowledge
Overcoming the Fact-Value Dichotomy
Mind, Body & Spirit