Doubts regarding the intellectual honesty of everyday ethical discourse primarily relate to two of its fundamental assumptions. First: Ethical judgments are truth-apt. Second: Ethical claims are claims of reason. The author offers a new line of defense for these assumptions. The principal reference points in his argument are the language philosophy approaches of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Robert Brandom.ISBN 3518280228 Haidt, Jonathan, ArThe emotional dog and its rational tail: A social intuitionist ap- proach to moral judgementAl, Psychological Review 108 ... ISSN 0033-295X a, ArThe New Synthesis in Moral PsychologyAl, Science 316 ( 2007), 998a1002. ... ISSN 0306-3208 Hare, Richard M., The Language ofMorals, Oxford: Oxford University Press 1972. ... Reminders of Physical Cleanliness Influence Moral and Political AttitudesAl, Psychological Science 22 (2011), Nr. 4, 517a522.
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