Meta-Ethics

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Ethics Flashcards on Meta-Ethics, created by joe_lamy on 04/17/2013.

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Question Answer
Analytic Statements True by definition
Booh-Hurrah Theory (Emotivism) Ethical Statements are a way of showing personal emotion
Cognitive Ethical Language has true meaning
Empirical Evidence Information gained from the senses
Intuitionism Ethical and moral truths are understood through intuition and instincts
Meta Ethics Are of ethics concerning the meaning behind the words used in ethical statements
Naturalism All things are knowable using EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
Non-Cognitive No true meaning in ethical language
Non-Naturalism Things to do with meaning are knowable using INTUITION
Normative Ethics DIscussing whether something is right or wrong
Prescriptivism Ethical Language is subscribing a belief
Prima Facie Duties Primary Duties
Synthetic Statement where the predicate is not a necessary part of the description