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Emotivism in Contempory Culture: Alasdair MacIntyre, After Virtue ch. 2-3

In this video, compiled from my Fall 2012 Ethics classes at Marist College, we discuss Alasdair MacIntyre's contention that our contemporary culture is deeply marked by a moral theory called emotivism -- embodied in social relations and roles, and visible in the ways moral disagreements typically break down into assertion and non-rational appeals.
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