The definist fallacy (sometimes Socratic fallacy) is a logical fallacy, coined by William Frankena Frankena argued that the naturalistic fallacy is a complete misnomer because it is neither limited to naturalistic properties nor necessarily a . The Naturalistic Fallacy: What It Is, and What It Isn’t. 1. In Principia He also mentions that Frankena had made the same claim back in THE NATURALISTIC FALLACY. BY W. K. FRANKENA. THF future historian of ” thought and expression” in the twentieth century will no doubt record with some.
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