emotivism

noun
emo·​tiv·​ism | \ |ə̇ˌvizəm, |ēˌv-\
plural -s

Definition of emotivism

: an emotive theory of ethics or the advocacy of such a theory

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emotivist \ -​və̇st \ noun, plural -s

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