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I’ve been really unsure on this topic particularly the strengths and weaknesses of naturalism
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Why do you want to compare it to naturalism because they’re completely opposite to each other ? You could relate to situation ethics instead or utility or the naturalistic fallacy ? If you’re finding it difficult try a different route.
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An essay on that topic, for example, could focus on wider problems of anti-realism or non-cognitivism. Emotivism is one form of non-cognitivist positions, so you can compare it against other non-cognitivist positions or more 'completely opposite' theories.
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