Ethics. Chapter 3: Subjectivism in Ethics. Ethical Subjectivism. The view that ethical judgments are not factual claims; instead, they simply express an individual’s personal feelings about an issue. . Rachel: Subjectivism.
Chapter 3: Subjectivism in Ethics
1) If Simple Subjectivism were true, then disagreementswould be impossible, which is absurd.
2) If Simple Subjectivism were true, then moral claims are always true, which is absurd.
1) Express an attitude
2) Try to convince, influence others’ attitudes and behavior.