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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lepley, Ray, 1903-
Language of value.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1957
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|Description:||viii, 428 pages illustrations 24 cm|
|Contents:||Essays: The language of values, by W. Moore. The languages of sign theory and value theory, by E.S. Robinson. Significance, signification, and painting, by C. Morris. Evaluation and discourse, by S.C. Pepper. Empirical verifiability theory of factual meaning and axiological truth, by E.M. Adams. The third man, by I. McGreal. A non-normative definition of "good," by A.C. Garnett. The judgmental functions of moral language, by H. Fingarette. Some puzzles for attitude theories of value, by R.B. Brandt. The meaning of "intrinsic value," by H.N. Lee. Value propositions, by R.S. Hartman. A second sequel on value, by R. Lepley.--Comments and responses.|