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There are two points about this assertion to which I wish to call attention.

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How might Moore respond to this? It is certain that a whole formed of a good thing and an indifferent thing may have immensely greater value than that good thing itself possesses.

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It may perhaps be objected to this that we are able to describe to others, objects which they have never seen or thought of. The first of these two passages runs as follows: I think that if we consider carefully such permanent as are commonly judged to be good, other than qualities of human beings, we can find nothing that, on reflection, appears to possess this quality of goodness out of relation to human existence, or at least to some consciousness or feeling.

Definitions of the kind that I was asking for, definitions which describe the real nature of the object or notion denoted by a word, and which do not merely tell us what the lloking is used to mean, are only possible when the object or notion in question is something complex. I say that it is not composed of any parts, which we can substitute for it in our minds when we are thinking of it.

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But all these three conditions were in fact satisfied by my proof. That is, the naturalistic fallacy. Chairs and tables and mountains seem to be very different from us; but, when the whole universe is declared to be spiritual, it is certainly meant to assert that they are far more like us than we think.

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In holding this I am certainly differing from some philosophers. We may try to define it, by describing its physical equivalent; we may state what kind of light-vibrations must stimulate the normal eye, in order that we may perceive it.

It is to be met with in almost every book on Ethics; and yet it is not recognised: and that is why it is necessary to multiply illustrations of it, and convenient to give it a name. No one, says Prof.

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Let us consider what it is such philosophers say. If it be once admitted that the beautiful world in itself is better than the ugly, then it follows, that however many beings may enjoy it, and however much better their enjoyment flr be than it is itself, yet its mere existence adds something to the yood of the whole: it is not only a means to our end, but also itself a part thereof.

But with regard to the second of those two propositions, which has, I think, been looknig more commonly asserted than the first, I do not think I have veery implied that it could be proved to be false in any such simple way; e. It is one of those innumerable objects of thought which are themselves incapable of definition, because they are the ultimate terms of reference to which whatever is capable of definition must be defined. I can prove now, for instance, moorw two human hands exist.

But with regard to two of the facts, which I gave as instances of physical facts, namely the fact that the earth has existed for many years past, and the fact that the moon has for many years past been nearer to the earth than to the sun, I hold that there is no good reason to suppose that these are causally dependent upon any mental fact.

In particular, we can have no title to assert that ethical truths are unified in any particular manner, except in virtue of an enquiry conducted by the method which I have endeavoured to follow and to illustrate. Sidgwick argued that objective beauty is always in relation the human contemplation of dor. Explain each concept, then compare and contrast.

This is as certain as it is that if there is one hand here and another here now, then it follows that there are two hands in existence now. An idealist might criticize Moore as follows: you would have the same certainty of the existence of your hand even if you had no body and were living in a virtual reality.

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Furthermore, the fallacy is always simply that two properties are being treated as one, and it is irrelevant, if it be the case, that one of them gold natural or non-ethical and the other non-natural or ethical. But yellow and good, we say, are not complex: they are notions of that simple kind, out of which definitions are composed and with which the power of further defining ceases.

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I shall, next, under the heading 2state a single proposition which makes an assertion about a whole set of classes of propositions -- each class being defined, as the class consisting of all propositions which resemble one of the propositions in 1 in a certain respect. The awareness which I have maintained to be included in sensation is the moofe same unique fact which constitutes every kind of knowledge: blue is as much an object, and as little a mere content, of my experience, when I experience it, as the most vsry and independent real thing of which I am ever aware.

Nor is it a process of reasoning, because intuitionists usually rule that out, too. And first it is to be noticed that they do not agree among themselves. Such a definition can never be of ultimate importance to any study except lexicography.

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And I wish to point out a certain advantage which this procedure gives me — an advantage which justifies the assertion that, if my arguments are sound, they will have refuted Idealism. And what my analysis of sensation has been deed to show is, that whenever I have a mere sensation or idea, the fact is that I am then aware of something which is equally and in the same sense not an inseparable aspect of my experience.

We may mean that a certain object, which we all of us know, is composed in a certain manner: that it has four legs, a head, a heart, a liver, etc. It seems to be true that to be conscious of a beautiful object is of great intrinsic value; whereas the goor object, if no one be conscious of it, has certainly comparatively little value, and it is commonly held to have none at fpr.

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We have no title whatever to assume that the truth on any subject-matter will display such symmetry as we desire to see—or to use the common vague phrase that it will possess any particular form of unity. But this only means that in our present state, in which but a very small portion of the good is attainable, the pursuit of beauty for its own sake must always be postponed to the pursuit of some greater good, which is equally attainable.

Then we shall have to include in our ultimate end something beyond the limits of human existence.

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Moral intuition doesn't exist Intuitionism says humans can find moral truths for themselves. Furthermore, it might be claimed that we could never know the truth, even if it existed objectively, because knowledge requires testing in a properly scientific fashion, and that is not available for moral statements. I must try to explain the difference between these two.

There are two points about this assertion to which I wish to call attention.

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Some people say that these moral truths are 'self-evident', but this just leaves the problem of different things being self-evident to different selves! But 3 we may, when we define horse, mean something much more important. And that these two questions, having precisely the nature which I have ased to them, are the questions which it is the object of Ethics to answer, may be regarded as the main result of the preceding chapters.