META ETHICS

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  • Created on: 10-06-18 10:45
WHAT IS ETHICAL NATURALISM
STATEMENTS CAN BE VERIFIED/FALSIFIED, MORAL VALUES DERIVED SENSE EX, NATURALISTS COME ETHICAL CONCLUSIONS NON-ETHICAL LANGUAGE
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WHAT DOES G.E MOORE SAY
MORAL STATEMENTS VEREFIED/FALSIFIED USING EVIDENCE
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WHAT DOES HUME SAY
'IS' TO 'OUGHT' INVALID
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EXPLAIN COGNITIVE LANGUAGE
DESCRIBE WORLD = LOGICAL POSITIVISM
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NON-COGNITIVE
EXPRESS FEELINGS ABOVE/BEYOND = WHAT LANGUAGE MEANS
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WHAT IS EMOTIVISM
STATEMENTS DEPEND UPBRINGING/TRADITION + STATEMENTS DEPEND OF ATTITUDES
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HOW DOES STEVENSON CRITICISE EMOTIVISM
ALL IT IS DRAW ATTENTIONS TO REASONS WHY PEOPLE HAVE DIFFERENT VIEWS
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EXPLAIN OTHER CRITICISMS OF THE THEORY
THEORY ATALL?, IF BEHAVIOUR HOW FEEL HOW KNOW ANYTHING, VALIDATE EVERY OPINION EVERYONE THINKS GOOD,
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WHAT DOES RACHELS SAY ABOUT EMOTIVISM
REDUCES MORAL DISCUSSION TO EXPRESSION OF OPINION
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WHAT DOES MOORE SAY ABOUT INTUITIONISM
GOODNESS CANNOT BE DEFINED, CANNOT USE SENSES SHOULD USE 'MORAL INTUITION'
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WHAT DOES PRICHARD SAY ABOUT IT
REASON = FACTS, INTUITION = DECIDE WHAT TO DO
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WHAT DOES ROSS SAY ABOUT IT
RECOGNISE PRIMA FACIE DUTIES HAVE TP DECIDE WHAT TO FOLLOW
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WEAKNESSES OF INTUITION
HOW SURE INTUITION CORRECT? MACINTYRE = WORD INTUITION SIGNAL SOMETHING GONE BADLY WRONG
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WHAT DOES HARE SAY ABOUT PRESCRIPTIVISM
ETHICAL LANG 'OUGHT' TO BE DONE REJECTED DESCRIPTIVISM = TOO COMPLEX REDUCE LANG EMOTIVE = MURDER WRONG RECCOMENDS RULE THOU SHALT NOT KILL
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WEAKNESSES OF PRESCRIPTIVISM
HUMAN PREFERENCES DIFFER TO ANOTHER SAY THINGS UNIVERSAL BUT CHANGE VIEWS + DISAGREE + SAY 'GOOD' COULD MEAN SOMETHING BAD
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EXPLAIN COGNITIVE LANGUAGE

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