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For example, in Masks of Sanity, Hervey Cleckley cites a case study of an emotionally empty, abusive amoralist incapable of being touched by the basics of human existence;
The mission statement, available online, tells us that "the Amoralists work on the edge of the cliff, not three feet back.
And since Rawls gives us no reason to believe that our society is populated by enough externalist amoralist skeptics to undermine its stability, he gives us no reason to think that his attempt to persuade people to practice what they already preach is a necessary or important task.
Such intuitions, the essay contends, stem from the fact that standard amoralist cases allow (or even suggest) that we apprehend the putative moral opinions of amoralists as radically different from how we understand actual paradigmatic moral opinions.