Single Idea 18686

[catalogued under 22. Metaethics / A. Value / 1. Nature of Value / a. Nature of value]

Full Idea

The main claims of the Fitting Attitude view of value are Reduction: values such are goodness are reduced to fitting attitudes, having reasons, and Normative Redundancy: goodness provides no reasons for attitudes beyond the thing's features.

Gist of Idea

The Fitting Attitude view says values are fitting or reasonable, and values are just byproducts

Source

Francesco Orsi (Value Theory [2015], 8.2)

Book Reference

Orsi,Francesco: 'Value Theory' [Bloomsbury 2015], p.136


A Reaction

Orsi's book is a sustained defence of this claim. I like the Normative Redundancy idea, but I am less persuaded by the Reduction.