Discourse ethics refers to a type of argument that attempts to establish normative or ethical truths by examining the presuppositions of discourse.Variations of this argument have been used in the establishment of egalitarian ethics, as well as libertarian ethics.

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  • Discourse ethics refers to a type of argument that attempts to establish normative or ethical truths by examining the presuppositions of discourse.Variations of this argument have been used in the establishment of egalitarian ethics, as well as libertarian ethics. (en)
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  • Discourse ethics refers to a type of argument that attempts to establish normative or ethical truths by examining the presuppositions of discourse.Variations of this argument have been used in the establishment of egalitarian ethics, as well as libertarian ethics. (en)
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  • Discourse ethics (en)
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