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This position is also favored by existentialist philosophy (Sartre, 1975) and well articulated by Ayer (1967), who argued that moral judgments are simply feelings about pseudoconcepts that are completely unanalyzable. All we can debate is whether particular actions promote or threaten particular values, but we do not and cannot argue about the validity of the values themselves. Of course, this view fits the evidence that many values function as truisms at the individual, abstract level. This view also fits experimental evidence about the role of emotion in moral judgments.
This suggestion is consistent with Leary and Baumeister’s (2000) sociometer theory, which indicates that belongingness needs are paramount. Regardless of whether or not this speculation is correct, the bottom line is that values differ greatly in their content, and this content should matter for how they function. 5. Values and moral judgment The issue in moral judgment is whether an action is morally right or wrong. We can base these judgments partly on decisions about whether an action violates or promotes basic ideals or values.
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