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Argued against ethical naturalism
Discussed the moral claim 'ought' by saying that no definition can be given to this word
Argued that it was obvious that certain types of actions, which he called prima facie duties, were right
Said that 'ethical terms do not serve only to express feelings; they are calculated also to arouse feeling, and so to stimulate action'
Gave a more detailed version of emotivism in his book Ethics and Language
Attacked the distinction between facts and values

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