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Keywords:

  • reasons;
  • moral principles;
  • rationality;
  • exceptions;
  • relevance

In this brief response I argue that Sinnott-Armstrong has underestimated the complexities that moral principles will have to circumvent if they are to survive particularist criticism. I also argue that we cannot yet accept Gert's accounts of moral relevance and of how a sound moral rule can survive exceptions.