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Noncognitivism in Ethics

Mark Schroeder - Philosophy - 2010 - 272 pages
According to noncognitivists, when we say that stealing is wrong, what we are doing is more like venting our feelings about stealing or encouraging one another not to steal ...
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Explaining the Reasons We Share: Explanation and Expression in Ethics, Volume 1

Mark Schroeder - Philosophy - 2014 - 256 pages
Normative ethical theories generally purport to be explanatory—to tell us not just what is good, or what conduct is right, but why. Drawing on both historical and contemporary ...
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Slaves of the Passions

Mark Schroeder - Philosophy - 2007 - 240 pages
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An Introduction to Applied Cognitive Psychology

Professor of Philosophy Mark Schroeder, Kevin Baker, Anthony Esgate, David Groome, Department of Psychology David Groome, David Heathcote, Richard Kemp, Moira Maguire, Corriene Reed - Psychology - 2004 - 352 pages
An Introduction to Applied Cognitive Psychology offers a student friendly review of recent research in the application of cognitive methods, theories and models to real-world ...
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Expressing Our Attitudes: Explanation and Expression in Ethics, Volume 2

Mark Schroeder - Philosophy - 2015 - 272 pages
When the logical positivists espoused emotivism as a theory of moral discourse, they assumed that their general theories of meaning could be straightforwardly applied to the ...
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The Nature of Normativity

Ralph Wedgwood - Philosophy - 2007 - 320 pages
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When Truth Gives Out

Mark Richard - Philosophy - 2008 - 192 pages
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Moral Fictionalism

Mark Eli Kalderon - Philosophy - 2005 - 193 pages
Moral realists maintain that morality has a distinctive subject matter. Specifically, realists maintain that moral discourse is representational, that moral sentences express ...
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