Michael Huemer

Philosophy Professor at University of Colorado
Michael Huemer is a prominent figure in the field of philosophy, serving as a professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Born on December 27, 1969, he has made significant contributions to various areas of philosophy, including epistemology, ethics, metaethics, metaphysics, and political philosophy. Huemer has defended diverse philosophical positions such as ethical intuitionism, direct realism, libertarianism, veganism, the repugnant conclusion, and philosophical anarchism. Throughout his career, he has authored over eighty academic articles and ten books, addressing complex issues...

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Ethics in Government and State Authority

1. Government Authority and Moral Specialness
2. State vs. Individual Moral Standards
3. Ethical Dilemmas in State Authority