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Unformatted text preview: Statement has meaning if it is verifiable Meaning is determined by its verifiability. (things have meaning if they can be verified through definition as in a priori or by a posteriori fact which can be observed) Metaphysics and theology Ethics Schlick: how people use the word “good” Emotivism Moral statements are simply reporting your feelings • “killing is bad” = I don’t like killing...
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- Spring '10
- Metaphysics, Bertrand Russell, Analytic philosophy, Logical positivism, Vienna Circle