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IS VALUE A FIRSTORDER PROPERTY?
IS VALUE A SECONDORDER PROPERTY?
IS VALUE A PROPERTY OF STATES OF AFFAIRS?
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actually affairs analogous analysis Aristotelian Society attitude axiology Brentano C. D. Broad categorial characterize command common connectives contrary-to-fact conditionals corresponding declarative declarative sentences deontologists descriptive sentence designates Donald empirical entities equivalent ethical everyday language example exem exemplify existence expressed extra-linguistic false first-order fittingness formulated G. E. Moore grammar I. A. RICHARDS ibid ideal language method imperative logic indicated interpretation involved issue judgment latter legitimate linguistic logic of imperatives logically equivalent means moral Moreover nature negation negative normative sentence object objectivism occur ordinary particular perhaps philosophical plausible position possible present property of facts proposal propositions psychological question reference relation require right love root-declarative rules seems semantical predicate sense sentence asserting sentential form simply sort statement structure suggestion suppose syntactical tence thing tion tive true truth truth-condition usage value-predicative sentences value-sentences W. D. Ross wearing his rubbers zero-level