Unformatted text preview: universal terms, but that b ought not to act in a similarly specified way in a similarly specified situation. This is because in any "ought"-statement there is implicitly a principle which says that the statement applies to all precisely similar situations." Richard Hare, "Universal Prescriptivism", 1991, p. 456)....
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- Spring '09
- Emotivism, R. M. Hare, Universal prescriptivism, Supervenience, similarly specified situation, similarly specified way