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J O Urmson 1968
Stevensons Ethics and Language concluded
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accept action adjectives agree agreement in attitude ambiguity apple argument Aristotelian Society arouse assent Ayer central illocutionary force cheese claim clear convention correct count cricket bat criterion criticism deny descriptive meaning disagreement in attitude discussion distinction doubt Duncan Jones emotive meaning emotive theory emotivism emotivists ethical judgements ethical terms Ethics and Language evaluative language evaluative terms evoke example fact factual farmers favourable attitude favourable evaluation feeling force of commendation G. E. Moore give golfer hearer I. A. Richards incitement judge kind of thing linguistic logical positivists matter merely moral contexts motives natural naturalistic naturalistic fallacy nigger non-natural object Ogden and Richards pattern of analysis perhaps perlocutionary persuasive definition philosophers point of view premiss question reason recognise regard relevant scalar second pattern secure agreement seems speak speaker standard-setting standards Stevenson Stevenson's views suggest theory of ethics tion true utterance vague value judgements wish word wrong