The experience of values

Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 16 (1-4):247 – 279 (1973)
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The first part of this paper argues that the various contending positions in the contemporary Theory of Value share one tacit presupposition, namely that the world of facts is value?neutral. Some of the sources of this premise are identified and a critique attempts to show that it cannot be defended. The second part delineates the general implications that the abandonment of this premise would have for the Theory of Value and outlines an alternative position



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