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Ethics vs Physics
Not-justified-inferentially premises about particular moral scenarios cannot be used in ethical arguments where the aim is knowledge.
Extension to not-justified-inferentially premises generally?
‘debilitating pain is, other things equal, a bad thing, to be avoided or alleviated’ (Railton, 2014, p. 814)
Ethics vs Linguistics
Premises about judgements about particular moral scenarios need to be supported by carefully controlled experiments if they are to be used in ethical arguments where the aim is to establish knowledge of their conclusions.