A. J. Ayer’s Short Argument Against Moral Subjectivism

Ayer takes subjectivism to be the thesis that actions are right or good if a person or group of persons approves of it. The subjectivist thinks, according to Ayer, that one can translate statement of value into statements of empirical fact. The subjectivist does this by banking their theory on the feeling of approval, which … Continue reading A. J. Ayer’s Short Argument Against Moral Subjectivism

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