What is “good” or goodness?
It turns out that this is a highly nontrivial question that requires that one come into possession of the correct ontology.
There are, I argue, four types of goodness: physical, moral, metaphysical, and divine.
This bird’s-eye view helps me to solve a number of difficult problems in metaethics, the most fundamental of which is the incompatibility between the Humean theory of motivation, objectivity, and internalism.
My solution takes care of everything.