This chapter discusses the projects view about reasons of partiality. When you have reason to give special treatment to a person with whom you share a special relationship, the ground of your reason could be in you, or in the relationship, or in the other person. The projects view says that it is in you. To see why we have reason to treat some people differently from others, says the projects view, we need to look more closely at ourselves. The projects view further says that we have special reasons within special relationships because we have ground projects into which certain special relationships are incorporated.
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