Metaethics meaning

mĕtə-ĕthĭks
The study of the meaning and nature of ethical terms, judgments, and arguments.
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(philos.) The branch of ethics dealing with its concepts and methodology.
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(ethics) The descriptive study of philosophical ethical systems, especially with regard to their key concepts, techniques of reasoning and analysis, and linguistic conventions.
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Origin of metaethics

  • meta- +"Ž ethics

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