According to ethical emotivism, statements about “right” and “wrong” express feelings or attitudes, but convey no factual content whatsoever. For this discussion, we are exploring the implications of this ethical theory. In your initial post, offer two statements of moral value—one that seems purely emotive, and a second for the truth of which there are legitimate reasons.
Explain your reasons for the classification of each of these statements and the grounds upon which different people might arrive at an agreement about their status. How does this affect the kind of moral discourse in which we are engaged?