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The view that in moral thought we do not apprehend an independent moral reality, but construct a system of principles or norms governing right action. The view may suppose that such construction is constrained, for instance by considerations of rationality, or by human nature, or it may permit a pluralism or relativism allowing that many such constructions are possible.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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