Proposes to approach moral uncertainty between mutually exclusive moral theories by assigning each of them some probability, and letting the theories send a respective number of delegates to a moral parliament.
It seems people are overconfident about their moral beliefs. But how should one reason and act if one acknowledges that one is uncertain about morality – not just applied ethics but fundamental moral issues? if you don't know which moral theory is correct?
It doesn't seem you can simply plug your uncertainty into expected utility decision theory and crank the wheel; because many moral theories state that you should not always maximize expected utility.