Emotivism (cl stevenson)
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Stevenson and emotivism
How are Ayer and Stevenson similar and different
Emotivism (CL Stevenson)
LO: I will be able to compare Stevenson’s Emotivism to Ayer’s
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Write 1 paragraph to summarize emotivism.
Give 3 advantages of emotivism.
Give 3 weaknesses of emotivism.
What is Stevenson’s key text?
How does Stevenson explain emotive words?
How does he explain a moral judgement?
How does he explain ethical statements?
three criticisms of Stevenson
Emotive meaning of words.
Moral judgements are based on our experiences of the world.
Ethical statements are due to fundamental beliefs.
Arguments are disagreements in attitude.
Moral judgements express approval or disapproval.
Some moral disagreements are not really disagreements.
Talks about ‘self persuasion’’.
How are Ayer and Stevenson similar and different?
STEVENSON – ETHICAL
STATEMENTS ARE PERSUASIVE
“Stevenson’s and Ayer’s emotivism are so different that they cannot both be called emotivism.”
What is emotivism?
How are the two similar?
How are the two scholars different?
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