Metaphilosophy (3-4):1-17 (2021)

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Teresa Marques
Universitat de Barcelona
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In this paper, I assess recent Stalnakerian views of communication in moral and normative domains. These views model context updates with normative claims. They also aim to explain how people disagree when they follow different norms or values. I present four problems for these Stalnakerian views. I conclude that the problems require a new conception of how common ground relates to illocutionary force and attitude mode, which is still lacking.
Keywords Expressivism  Norms  Communication  Moral disagreement  Coordination
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DOI 10.1111/meta.12488
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