Against Theory's is a remarkable synthesis of both the continental and analytical philosophical traditions around the subject of morality. Its singularity lies in its analysis of the implications postmodernism has had on ethics.
"The book takes its shape from this confrontation: the first part devoted to the historicists, and the second to the post-modernists…The axiom of this phenomenological work is that the transcendental conditions of representation are not capable of cognitive representation;." -- Philosophy in Review, Vol. 17, No. 1-3, 1997