Evolutionary Intuitionism presents a new theory of morality. It is an evolutionary theory but differs from most other evolutionary theories. Most hold that morality is an adaptation but evolutionary intuitionism holds that it is the by-product of an adaptation that is inseparable from the adaptation. This means that, at the very least, the standard objections to evolutionary ethics do not automatically apply to my theory.
For more information about evolutionary intuitionism, the theory, please go to the following pages, where it is outlined.
For more information about Evolutionary Intuitionism, the book, you can go to http://www.mqup.ca/evolutionary-intuitionism-products-9780773531116.php?page_id=73
The endorsements on the back cover of the paperback version are by Michael Ruse of Florida State University, who refers to Evolutionary Intuitionism as "a new voice in the debate" and says that it "deserves to be widely read and discussed," and by John Bigelow of Monash University, who recommends it "to anyone who is puzzled about the place of morality in the material world."
Copyright Brian Zamulinski.