ETHICAL THOUGHT

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MORAL LAWS EXISTING INDEPENDENTLY OF HUMANS
NATURALISM
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MORAL TERMS ARE UNDERSTOOD BY ANALYSING THE NATURAL WORLD
NATURALISM
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ETHICAL STATEMENTS ARE COGNITIVIST AND CAN BE VERIFIED/FALSIFIED
NATURALISM
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F.H BRADLEY- ETHICAL STATEMENTS EXPRESS PROPOSITIONS
NATURALISM
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OBJECTIVE FEATURES OF THE WORLD MAKE PROPOSITIONS TRUE OR FALSE
NATURALISM
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A MORAL PERSPECTIVE IS DETERMINED FROM SELF-REALISATION AND FROM OBSERVING ONE'S POSITION
NATURALISM
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META-ETHICAL STATEMENTS CAN BE SEEN IN SCIENTIFIC TERMS E.G. UTILITARIANISM UTILITY PRINCIPLE
NATURALISM
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CHALLENGE = HUME'S LAW
NATURALISM
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CHALLENGE= MOORE'S NATURALISTIC FALLACY
NATURALISM
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CHALLENEGES = MOORE'S OPEN QUESTION ARGUMENT
NATURALISM
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OBJECTIVE MORAL LAWS EXIST INDEPENDENTLY OF HUMAN BEINGS
INTUITIONISM
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MORAL TRUTHS CAN BE DISCOVERED BY USING OUR MINDS IN AN INTUITIVE WAY
INTUITIONISM
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INTUITIVE ABILITY IS INNATE AND THE SAME FOR ALL MORAL AGENTS
INTUITIONISM
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INTUITION NEEDS A MATURE MIND SO INFALLIBLE
INTUITIONISM
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H.A. PRITCHARD - 'OUGHT TO DO' HAS NO DEFINITION
INTUITIONISM
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RECOGNISE WHAT WE 'OUGHT TO DO' BY INTUITION
INTUITIONISM
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OBLIGATION IS INDEFINABLE
INTUITIONISM
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TWO WAYS OF THINKING- INTUITION AND REASON
INTUITIONISM
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WHEN TWO OBLIGATIONS CLASH, CHOOSE THE GREATER
INTUITIONISM
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CHALLENGE= NO PROOF MORAL PRINCIPLES CAN BE ESTABLISHED
INTUITIONISM
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CHALLENGE= INTUITIVE 'TRUTHS' CAN DIFFER WIDELY
INTUITIONISM
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CHALLENGE = NO OBVIOUS WAY TO RESOLVE CONFLICTING INTUITIONS
INTUITIONISM
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THE THEORY THAT BELIEVES OBJECTIVE MORAL RULES DO NOT EXIST
EMOTIVISM
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HUME'S FORK RE-INFORCES THIS
EMOTIVISM
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A NON-COGNITIVIST THEORY
EMOTIVISM
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MORAL TERMS EXPRESS PERSONAL EMOTIONAL ATTITUDES AND NOT PROPOSITIONS
EMOTIVISM
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ETHICAL TERMS ARE JUST EXPRESSIONS OF PERSONAL APPROVAL E.G. BOO-HURRAH
EMOTIVISM
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EXPLAINS WHY PEOPLE DISAGREE ABOUT MORALITY
EMOTIVISM
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A.J AYER'S VERIFICATION PRINCIPLE
EMOTIVISM
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ETHICAL STATEMENTS ARE MADE UP TO EXPRESS JOY OR PAIN
EMOTIVISM
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EXPRESSED TO BE PERSUASIVE
EMOTIVISM
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EMOTIVISM IS NOT SUBJECTIVIST. ALTHOUGH NOT ALL ETHICAL TRUTH STATEMENTS WILL HOLD AUTHORITY TO THE PERSON WHO IS EXPRESSING THEM
EMOTIVISM
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CHALLENGE = NO BASIC MORAL PRINCIPLES CAN BE ESTABLISHED
EMOTIVISM
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CHALLENGE= ETHICAL DEBATE BECOMES POINTLESS ACTIVITY
EMOTIVISM
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CHALLENGE = THERE CAN BE NO MORAL AGREEMENT THAT SOME ACTIONS ARE WRONG
EMOTIVISM
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ETHICAL LANGUAGE CAN BE VERIFIED SCIENTIFICALLY
NATURALISM
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ETHICAL LANGUAGE CAN BE INTUITIVE
INTUITIONISM
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ETHICAL LANGUAGE IS AN EXPRESSION OF EMOTION
EMOTIVISM
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