Furthermore these judgements would be substantive and not trivial consequences of the meanings of our terms. Insofar as we’re following the nonnaturalist in supposing that moral properties are sui generis and therefore indefinable in nonmoral terms, they would not come by their a priori status as a consequence of any analytic entailment. Intuitionists of this sort would then be committed to an endorsement of synthetic a priori knowledge.
van, Roojen, Mark. Metaethics : A Contemporary Introduction, Taylor and Francis, 2015. ProQuest Ebook Central, .
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