Ethics and Language

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Ethics and Language
Author C. L. Stevenson
Country England
Language English
Subject Emotivism
Publisher Yale University Press
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 338

Ethics and Language is a 1944 book by C. L. Stevenson which was influential in furthering the metaethical view of emotivism first espoused by David Hume.