Richard Joyce (philosopher)
Richard Joyce (born 1966) is a British-New Zealand moral philosopher, known for his contributions to the field of meta-ethics. Joyce is a prominent moral anti-realist / moral skeptic and is known in particular for his defence of both moral fictionalism and moral error theory.
He received a PhD from Princeton University in 1998, and lectured at the University of Sheffield until 2001, before taking up a research fellowship at the Australian National University in Canberra. In 2006 he took up an international senior research fellowship at the University of Sydney, and in 2010 he accepted a professorship at Victoria University of Wellington.
- "Moral Anti-Realism".
- "Moral Skepticism".
- "Supplement to Moral Anti-Realism".
- "Brief Biography".
- "The Myth of Morality".
- "The Evolution of Morality".
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