Solving the Is-Ought Problem [major update required, draft work currently removed]


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Gregor Flock
University of Vienna
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Keywords Is-Ought Problem  David Hume  moral cognitivism  moral non-cognitivism  moral naturalism  moral non-naturalism  fact/value dichotomy  metaethics
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