Subjectivism: Objectives and Readings
Subjectivism is the meta-ethical view that moral claims are "subjective" and not "objective." Ethical subjectivists usually use ordinary (but philosophically naive) notions of "subjective" and "objective." I explain and critically analyze these naive notion in Thinking Critically About the "Subjective"/"Objective" Distinction, which is one of the assigned readings for this section.
After reading the material for this section you should be able to:
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