Talk:Is–ought problem

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Does Ayn Rand's nontraditional solution to the is-ought gap merit a mention? — Unsigned, by: RMF18 / talk / contribs

Proposal for an article on 'The Naturalistic Fallacy.'[edit]

The Naturalistic Fallacy is, I believe, a significant and important concept. However, it is often confused with the so called "Appeal to nature fallacy" and the so called "Is-ought problem." Moreover, the subsection in this article is, I believe, too brief. Therefore, I propose to create an article on it, an article which should help distinguish it from its sibling-fallacies and elucidate its import. I am aware, due to ignorance on my part, that this may not be the right place to make this proposal, so please feel free to correct me. Leucippus (talk) 16:43, 12 November 2020 (UTC)

@Leucippus Go right ahead and create the new article if you like. Please use the draft namespace for new articles under construction, that is, start here: Draft:Naturalistic fallacy. —cosmikdebris talk stalk 17:29, 12 November 2020 (UTC)

@Cosmikdebris Thanks for the helpful information and guidance. Leucippus (talk) 17:38, 12 November 2020 (UTC)