Explain emotivism and intuitionism in ethical theory.
Answer to relevant Questions1. Does Hume think that moral knowledge can be established with certainty?2. How does Hume employ the fact of animal incest to advance his argument that morality does not consist merely of “matters of fact” and that ...What does Socrates mean when he says in Euthyphro that the holy or pious is holy or pious because it is loved by the gods? Do you agree with his argument?Explain the definition of ethical relativism given in the text: “the view that there is no objective standard of right and wrong, even in principle.”Give two different formulations or versions of psychological egoism and ethical egoism.State and explain the basic idea of the principle of utility or the greatest happiness principle.
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