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The NewSubjectivismin Morality
Brand BlanchardChapter 3Intro to EthicsProfessor Douglas Olena
 
Subjectivism
33 “When anyone says ‘this is right’ or ‘this isgood,’ he is only expressing his own feeling; he isnot asserting anything true or false, because he isnot asserting or judging at all; he is really makingan exclamation that expresses a favorable feeling.”This remark reflects David Hume’s sentimentabout values. “Vice and virtue… are not qualitiesin objects, but perceptions in the mind.” (68)
 
Positivism
33 “If the new view has become popular in ethics,it is because certain persons who were at work inthe theory of knowledge arrived at a new viewthere, and found, on thinking it out, that itrequired a new view in ethics; the new view comesless from ethical analysis than from logicalpositivism.”

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