Ethical definitions – Meta-Ethics
Meta-Ethics – The analysis of ethical language.
Normative ethics – A term used to describe different moral codes of behaviour; rules by which we make moral decisions.
Realism – the belief that some aspects of reality are ontologically independent of our conceptual schemes, perceptions etc.
Anti-realism – Morality doesn’t really exist independent of you but is a matter of opinion.
Cognitivism - is the meta-ethical view that ethical sentences express propositions and can therefore be true or false (this always goes with realism). A theory that moral values can be derived from sense…