LOGICAL POSITIVISM AND ETHICAL THEORY

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  • WILLIAM S. KRAEMER

    1. Professor of Philosophy and Chairman of the Philosophy Department at the University of Arkansas. In this article, the purpose is to interpret the relationship that obtains between the theory of the rational good and the viewpoint of logical positivism. This discourse entails opposed answers to questions of scientific verification in ethics, the status of ethics in relation to psychology, and the place of ethical concepts on the subjective-objective continuum.
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