This chapter gives a rationale and a brief overview of the book. It is argued that moral projectivism is congenial to moral error theory. Moral projectivism is, however, compatible with a variety of metaethical views, such as subjectivist and objectivist realism, and non-cognitivism. Different versions of moral error theory are distinguished. A broad distinction is made between standard moral error theory and moderate moral error theory. The problem of how to formulate standard moral error theory is discussed and a solution is proposed.
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