2 edition of Ethics and language found in the catalog.
Ethics and language
Charles Leslie Stevenson
First published 1944.
|Statement||by Charles L.Stevenson.|
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Ethics and Language by Charles L. Stevenson A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Stevenson's own theory was fully developed in his book Ethics and Language. In it, he agrees with Ayer that ethical sentences express the speaker's feelings, but he adds that they also have an imperative component intended to change the listener's feelings and that this component is of greater mater: Yale University, Cambridge University.
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improved version, popular mid 20th century;due to Charles L. Stevenson (Ethics and Language book)-Stevenson said: "One way is to make statements that is, to state facts" - Saying that something is either true/false -the purpose of utterance is to convey information to the listener-this does not explain attitudes or thoughts.
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Find more information about:. Ethics and Language is a book by C. Stevenson which was influential in furthering the metaethical view of emotivism first espoused by David : C. Stevenson. Excerpt The problems of ethics are older than Socrates and the Sophists, and have persisted throughout all subsequent philosophy.
If time has not left them wholly unchanged, that is because each generation has seen them in a fresh perspective. I have examined them anew, and in keeping with current trends of thought.
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Book Description. Ethics in Applied Linguistics Research explores how ethical issues are negotiated in different areas of language research, illustrating for graduate students in applied linguistics the ethical dilemmas they might encounter in the research methodology classroom and how they might be volume serves to demystify the complex ethical decision.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stevenson, Charles L. (Charles Leslie), Ethics and language. New Haven: Yale University Press ; London: H. Milford. Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine; On Concepts, Modules, and Language: Cognitive Science at Its Core; Intercultural Communication in Contexts Ed 7; Mediterrane Küche: Leckere Rezepte, die nach Urlaub schmecken.
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Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Ethics and Language In ethics: Emotivism philosopher Charles Stevenson (–79) in Ethics and Language (). As the titles of the books of this period suggest, moral philosophers (and philosophers in other fields as well) were now paying more attention to language and to the different ways in which it could be used.
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My library.Language and Ethics As was noted at the beginning of this chapter, language is culturally transmitted—we learn our language from those around us.