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Understanding disgustingness is philosophically important partly because claims about disgustingness play a prominent role in moral discourse and practice.
So possibly McCarthy is a kind of moralist, and his works are meant to awaken us to awful truths and their disgustingness as a means to edificatory ends.
Certainly the aspect of being in motion materially contributes to the disgustingness of objects of this kind.
What I want to argue is that there is in fact no viable basis for that intuition other than the one the court gave -- namely, the disgustingness of Beldotti's request.