Chapter 17 shows how reason relations differ from other relations in ways that can be summarised by saying that, unlike these other relations, reason relations are irreal. It also endorses a ‘minimalist’ account of truth. It then argues that there is no reason to hold a non‐cognitivist view of the normative.
Keywords: existence; actuality; semantic condition; causal condition; truth; irreal; non‐cognitivism
Chapter. 12139 words.
Subjects: History of Western Philosophy
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