"Ethical language is meaningless" - DiscussWatch
Please someone help, I'm really stuck.
For this question you need to look at the different perspectives and what they say eg.
Logical Positivist - AJ Ayer
Ethical Naturalist - G.E. Moore - definition of Goodness, can’t be identified for example, you can’t describe yellow to someone
Then evaluate their claims
G.E. Moore for example says - Ethical language is meaningless “good is good and that’s all” . This gives objectiveness to goodness as we cannot give it a definition. However, this fails to take into account the subjectiveness of goodness, if good is good why does the idea of goodness varies amongst us ?. Ethical language can then be argued to be meaningful because they are required in ....