Philosophical Studies 170 (2):303-316 (2014)

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Laura Schroeter
University of Melbourne
Francois Schroeter
University of Melbourne
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This paper is a response to Niklas Möller’s (Philosophical Studies, 2013) recent criticism of our relational (Jazz) model of meaning of thin evaluative terms. Möller’s criticism rests on a confusion about the role of coordinating intentions in Jazz. This paper clarifies what’s distinctive and controversial about the Jazz proposal and explains why Jazz, unlike traditional accounts of meaning, is not committed to analycities
Keywords Metaethics  Evaluative terms  Meaning
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DOI 10.1007/s11098-013-0219-2
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