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Directly perceiving 'physical objects' but they don't exist independently of the mind- they are a collection of ideas.
Idealism
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The theory that only happiness is good, and the right act (or rule) is that act (or rule) that maximises happiness.
Utilitarianism
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The view that moral judgements express beliefs and can be true or false. This is because they describe how the world is.
Cognitivism
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The view that moral judgements express a non-cognitive mental state, are neither true nor false,, and do not aim to describe reality.
Non-cognitivism
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a branch of analytic philosophy that explores the status, foundations, and scope of moral values, properties, and words.
Metaethics
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the thesis that our intuitive awareness of value, or intuitive knowledge of evaluative facts, forms the foundation of our ethical knowledge.
Moralintuition
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Who argues that 'we can reason that the ideas I perceive originate in the mind of God, and that my experience contains evidence that there are also minds like mine'
Berkeley
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We directly perceive physical objects which exist independently of the mind.
Directrealism
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Via sense-data, we indirectly perceive physical objects, which exist independently of the mind.
Indirectrealism
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the theory that all knowledge is based on experience derived from the senses.
Empiricism
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the practice or principle of basing opinions and actions on reason and knowledge rather than on religious belief or emotional response.
Rationalism
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The theory that only happiness is good, and the right act (or rule) is that act (or rule) that maximises happiness.

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a branch of analytic philosophy that explores the status, foundations, and scope of moral values, properties, and words.

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