Paul Taylor, Normative Discourse

Taylor argues that normative discourse can be distinguished from “scientific, mathematical and historical discourse, and from any other ‘universe’ of discourse in which language is used for purposes other than making and justifying of evaluations and prescriptions.”

Chapter 1 The Process of Evaluation

Chapter 2 Value Judgements

Chapter 3 Justification of Value Judgements

Chapter 4 Value Systems and Points of View

Chapter 7 The Concept of Prescribing

Chapter 8 Prescribing and Evaluating

Chapter 9 Ought and Is

Chapter 10 Wittgenstein’s conception of language

Chapter 11 The concept of a normative language

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