|Groundwork for a Subjective Theory of Ethics|
|Sapontzis (Steve F.)|
|Source: American Philosophical Quarterly , Jan., 1990, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Jan., 1990), pp. 27-38|
|Paper - Abstract|
→ The existence of valuers is a necessary condition for things having value.
I call this the "subjective proposition," or "SbP" for short.
→ There is no omniscient valuer whose evaluations establish "the true value" of everything.
This will be called the "secular proposition," or "ScP" for short.
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