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The Language of Value
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • ERRATUM IN TABLE OF CONTENTS *
  • Introduction 3
  • PART I: ESSAYS 7
  • THE LANGUAGE OF VALUES 9
  • THE LANGUAGES OF SIGN THEORY AND VALUE THEORY 29
  • Significance, Signification, And Painting 58
  • Evaluation and Discourse 77
  • Empirical Verifiability Theory Of Factual Meaning And Axiological Truth 94
  • The Third Man 106
  • A Non-Normative Definition Of "Good" 122
  • The Judgmental Functions Of Moral Language 131
  • Some Puzzles For Attitude Theories of Value 153
  • The Meaning Of "Intrinsic Value" 178
  • Value Propositions 197
  • A Second Sequel on Value 232
  • PART II: COMMENTS AND RESPONSES 259
  • Comments by Adams 261
  • Comments by Morris 268
  • Comments by Mcgreal 274
  • Comments by Lafleur 281
  • Comments by Feigl 287
  • Comments by Fingarette 296
  • Comments by Lee 303
  • Comments by Garnett 310
  • Comments by Stevenson 317
  • Comments by Robinson 326
  • Comments by B`Randt 333
  • Comments by Moore 343
  • Comments by Hartman 352
  • Comments by Lepley 375
  • Appendix 395
  • Index 403
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