· Naturalism is a view of ethics that tried to link morals with new scientific knowledge following the rise of modern science in the 17th Century
- All ethical statements are the same as non-ethical statements - both are cognitive (can be poven true or false)and objective (not influenced by opinion or feelings)
- 'Thomas More was executed for his beliefs in 1535.'/'Thomas More was a good man.'
- First statement can be proven true or false by looking at evidence e.g. death certificate
- Second statement can also be proven true by looking etablishing if in his personal behaviour Thomas More was kind, unselfish, good, caring, etc.
- Thus I could argue euthanasia ends suffering therefore 'euthanasia is right'
· Ethical terms can be defined using 'natural terms' that we would use to define scienece and mathmatics
· Sense perceptions (see, hear, smell, touch..) are logical tools that…