A Better Name for Us, Part 3

Glade Ross

In Part 2 of this series I recognized that, within the pews of the faithful, there resides at least a minority of persons who are at-heart genuists. These are people we can talk to. They can talk to us. It is reasonably easy, even, to find mutual respect between one side and the other. After all, the specific conclusions that are reached, when working on the basis of a genuistic stance, are rather less important than whether we are exercising such morality as is involved in holding that stance, in the first place.

I explain this to setup for a contrast and distinction.

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