Evaluation naturalism

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What is the naturalistic fallacy?
It claims that good cannot be defined and that attempting to provide ethical conclusions from natural facts is wrong.
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Who was the naturalistic fallacy formulated by?
Moore.
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Both cognitivists and non-cognitivists oppose...
...ethical naturalism.
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Cognitvist Moore (building on Hume) says it is illogical to classify ethical and non-ethical statements together because...
...non-ethical statements say how something is whereas non-ethical statements classify how something ought to be.
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This is influenced by Hume's idea that...
...to derive ought from is would be logically wrong.
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Moore.

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