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THE METHOD OF EXPERIENCE
H THE METHOD OF INTUITION
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actually adequate aesthetic affective theory Aiken analysis analyzed appeal assertion assumption attitude basic C. I. Lewis called characterized cognitive element cognitivists conative theory conceived concepts conclusion Conferring Properties congenital consequences consists context critic defined definition distinction effect emotivism emotivists empirical empiricism empiricists ethical judgments ethical terms ethical theory evil experience explicit express extrinsic fact factors formulated function G. E. Moore give habits hedonism hold I. A. Richards Identifying Property imperative inference intrinsic value intuition intuitionism intuitionists justification kind knowledge logical Matrix Meaning maxims ment Moore Moore's moral judgment Naturalistic Fallacy non-cognitive non-cognitivists non-natural property normative judgment normative term notion object offered optimific Ordinary Language persuasive definition philosophers pleasure possible pragmatic precisely prescribing prescriptive presuppositions Principia Ethica priori problem propositions psychological hedonism question rational reasons relation rules seek sense situation social statement Stevenson structure thing tion tive treated ultimate valuation value theory vindication